The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has been attacked by some of their donors for spending nearly £30,000 on a lavish mailshot to 2000 philanthropists celebrating the success of an appeal. (Daily Express).

The mailshot consisted of heavy full colour, embossed booklets in cardboard mailing boxes that cost nearly £2 to post, first class.

Some donors, not named by the Daily Express, felt that the money could have been better spent on at-risk children than with a printer and the Post Office.

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