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Discover 10 ways Microsoft Dynamics 365 can help charities to comply with the Code of Fundraising Practice
Ensuring that your supporters and potential supporters trust in your charity is key to the ongoing success of your organisation. If the public doesn’t trust you, then they are unlikely to give their support, jeopardising your fundraising income and volunteer network which are often the lifeblood of charities. According to the CAF UK Giving 2019 report, trust in charities has been decreasing significantly since 2016, from 51% down to 48%. Therefore, it’s more important than ever for charities to do all they can to prove to the public that they are meeting all rules and regulations and operating with transparency and integrity.
One initiative which provides guidance to charities and helps them to operate in the most trustworthy way is the recently introduced Code of Fundraising Practice which came into effect on the 1st October 2019. It sets the standards and best practices that charitable organisations within the UK need to comply with in terms of their fundraising activities. Whilst it isn’t law, it does include standards that reflect the law and places responsibility on charities to ensure that they meet the requirements set out by law.
Being able to store and process data in a stable and secure environment is an essential part of meeting these standards. But a database is only as good as the information entered into it, which is why investing in solutions like Microsoft Dynamics 365 is so important and can bring a wealth of benefits to charities as well as compliance to the Code of Fundraising Practice.
So how can Dynamics 365 help charities to comply with the Code of Fundraising Practice?
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