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Fundraising Standards Board delays its launch – Wednesday 6 September 2006

The Fundraising Standards Board has delayed its public launch until next year because not enough charities have signed up. The board announced last week that the self-regulatory scheme will now begin in January 2007, three months after the planned date

So far, fewer than 100 organisations have joined. Of the UK's 10 biggest charities, the National Trust, the NSPCC, the RSPCA, the Salvation Army and the RNLI have committed to the scheme. Macmillan Cancer Support and Save the Children have both said they are about to join.

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