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Amazingly she received almost 3,000 mailings from them in a year, the report from the Fundraising Standards Board says.
The Fundraising Standards Board probe, published yesterday, found 99 charities sent her 466 requests in a year - and estimated the total from all causes could be nearer 3,000.
The guidance is more succinct and should be accessible for all trustees.The commission welcomes responses from trustees of all size charities as well as the public and other interested parties to ensure the guidance is clear to everyone.The regulation of day-to-day fundraising activities, practices and methods that charities use will continue to be covered by a separate self-regulation system which supervises charities compliance with a Code of Fundraising Practice.Currently the Fundraising Standards Board undertakes this role.
In its report, the review concluded the existing regulatory system - based around the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) - was "no longer fit for purpose" and had lost the con-fidence of both the public and the fundraising organisations.
The Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) said it is "deeply concerned" about the claims made and said they will investigate.
Regulator the Fundraising Standards Board said charity bag fraud was costing UK charities around PS15 million every year.
SPOT THE CROOKS Make your donation count by following these simple steps: Check the charity donation collection bag has a "Give with Confidence" tick of approval from the Fundraising Standards Board.
Jon Scourse, director of the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB), said: "People need to be vigilant about who they give or promise their money to.
A draft report by the Fundraising Standards Board says 70 charities got her details from a third party.
Fundraising is self-regulated by the Fundraising Standards Board, which works with the public and charities to raise standards.
Seven of the nation s major rail and station operators have joined forces with charity regulators; the Charity Commission and the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB), to champion safer giving across England and Wales s rail network.