Annual reports and accounts

Our annual reports look at the progress and impact of the Fundraising Standards Board. Within these reports, we published an overview of our membership and a summary of our audited accounts.

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Annual Report 2014

Highlights this year include:

  • Self-regulation continues to grow, with a 10% increase in membership
  • Accountability continues to improve with 91% of members filing their annual complaints return
  • We achieved a media reach of 45+ million
 Front cover of FRSB Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2013

Highlights from this year include:

  • the sectors commitment to self-regulation continues to grow
  • 93% of members renewed their commitment to the FRSB
  • one fifth of new members have a voluntary income over £1 million

FRSB Progress – figures comparing progress between 2012 and 2013

FRSB Annual Report 2012

Annual Report 2012

A look at some of the work for the year, including:

  • a new Child Sponsorship Charter for charities that run Sponsor A Child programmes
  • best practice for charities that conduct house-to-house clothing collections
  • the development of a suite of supporter care resources now available for members
FRSB Annual Report 2011

Annual Report 2011

Highlights from this year include:

  • 32% growth in membership of large charities
  • in-depth analysis of the issues that lie behind fundraising complaints
  • increased awareness of the Give with Confidence message through members’ use of the logo on fundraising materials
  • the first upheld adjudication was made by the FRSB Board
FRSB Annual Report 2010

Annual Report 2010

A report about of this year, where key milestones included:

  • growing membership to nearly 1,200 charities
  • doubling supplier membership from 35 to 70
  • the launch of the FRSB Wales and increase of membership in the country by 65%
  • Production of a complaints handling manual for members

Annual accounts

We are a not for profit, community interest company (CIC). We were initially funded by start-up grants from government but were subsequently self-sustaining through our scheme membership fees.

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