Daily Archives: Thursday, August 25, 2011

Will street fundraising fines makes chuggers less pushy – and less effective?

Chuggers. I’d say you either love ‘em or loathe ‘em, but most people I talk to tend to fall into the second category. It’s probably one of the most contentious topics I come across when talking to friends or family about the charity sector. I find I’m split on the topic. Hammersmith high street seems… Read more »

Ditching extra insurance premiums for volunteer drivers was long overdue

There was a certain amount of backslapping this week when the Association of British Insurers announced that 54 insurance brands would no longer be charging extra premiums for people who use their cars for voluntary activities, such as taking people to hospital or on days out. The insurance companies presented it as an act of… Read more »