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Just 40 per cent of charities are fully compliant with fundraising reporting requirements as set out by the Fundraising Regulator, new figures have shown.

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Two thirds of charities failing to meet fundraising reporting standards

Just 40 per cent of charities are fully compliant with fundraising reporting requirements as set out by the Fundraising Regulator, new figures have shown.

Under the Charities Act, charities are required to provide a statement on fundraising in their annual reports, prompting charities to show how they are protecting donors and the public from poor fundraising practices.

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