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National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year

Welcoming new Code as we continue to work to crack brain tumours

Brain Tumour Research welcomes a new version of the Code of Fundraising Practice which comes into effect this week.

The restructured document, issued by the Fundraising Regulator, follows a revamp which was unveiled in June, with the intention of making the code easier to navigate and to eliminate duplications.

Charities have a duty to ensure all their fundraising materials, training materials and policies are updated to correspond with the new version of the code.

Suzanne McCarthy, Chair of the Fundraising Regulator’s standards committee, said: “By making the code easier to use and more accessible both online and in print, we have made it easier for charities and other fundraising organisations to meet their responsibilities to the public.”

Robin Meltzer, Director of Fundraising and Marketing at Brain Tumour Research said: “We will continue to ensure every member of our team understands our responsibilities and implements them.”

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