Has the scan­dal put you off do­nat­ing?

The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and The Mearns Edition) - - NEWS -

“It would not put me off do­nat­ing or shop­ping with Ox­fam, be­cause the scan­dal is not the fault of the or­gan­i­sa­tion. There are still peo­ple ben­e­fit­ting in other coun­tries and that is still im­por­tant. Gil­lian Demp­ster, 51, Wor­mit. “It has put me off do­nat­ing and shop­ping with them. It is a bit shock­ing. They are sup­posed to be there to help, but some in­di­vid­u­als get a bit of power and it goes to their head. Gra­ham Mitchell, 71 Stob­well, Dundee. “I will still be sup­port­ing them. When they get it sorted it will still be a good or­gan­i­sa­tion. It just takes a few peo­ple to give it a bad name. It would be sad to see it close down be­cause of this. James Dor­ward, 59, Ar­broath.

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