Charities could be named and shamed for harassing you for donations
Local charities have been warned they could be named and shamed if they harass the public for donations or misuse their personal data.
A Liverpool charity law expert said many people were complaining about being contacted by organisations despite opting out of commmunications.
The warning comes after a new national watchdog, the Fundraising Regulator, began work in July amid heavy criticism of the sector for some fundraising methods.
The death of Olive Cook, a pensioner allegedly “hounded” by charities for donations, sparked a national outcry and demands for a wider clampdown on unethical... read more