This report is described as the last chance for trustees to improve the reputation of charity fundraising. I suspect it is aimed at larger charities that use sub contractors for fundraising but the warning is there for all charity trustees to heed. The summary on page 3 of the PACAC report (2nd jump link in the article) is worth a read.
MPs have said that trustees were to blame for the failures in fundraising and the Charity Commission should have a greater role in overseeing the new fundraising regulator, in a damning report published today. The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee launched an inquiry into fundraising practices following last summer’s scandals, and have concluded that Etherington review proposals do not go far enough to reform the sector, suggesting new amendments to the Charities Bill... ... No system of regulation can substitute for effective governance by trustees.