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I felt it may be prudent to let you all know of the less-than pleasant experience I have just had with Christian Aid (a charity, which I given too on numerous occasions, and which I feel, should know better").
"The whole road where I live has been disrupted by Christian Aid charity collectors who feel it is socially reasonable to disrupt families, and elderly people at 8pm on a Friday evening."
I challenged the collectors about precisely "this", and was told that it was perfectly acceptable. I completely disagree.
I felt it may be prudent in case they knocked on your door, at an even later hour.