- Advertisement -
Wednesday, 21 October 2020


Leeds Cares appoints to senior team

- Advertisement -
HOSPITAL charity Leeds Cares has confirmed two new appointments to join their senior team.

Andrew Forsyth will join the charity as Company Secretary whereas Eve Hartrick will take on the role of Director of Finance & Corporate Services.

After a successful thirty-year career in the Royal Navy, Andrew began working in the charity sector in 2005. He held an Executive Director position at the ‘Friends of the Lake District’ landscape charity and then moved to Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust in 2012.

Andrew has spent the last 8 years at Harrogate in the NHS charity sector, as Revalidation Project Manager and then interim Company Secretary.

New Director Eve started her career with accounting firm Deloitte before moving on to KPMG and then JWPCreers LLP in York, to continue her career in practice and specialising in supporting the not for profit sector.

More recently, Eve has spent four years as finance director at York Minster, overseeing the financial strategy and statutory reporting for all elements of the operation of this exempt charity, including the trading subsidiary and separately registered charity. 

Chief Executive of Leeds Cares Esther Wakeman said she was excited to be bringing Andrew & Eve to the team:

“Leeds Cares is continuing to grow and we have a great future ahead of us. Andrew and Eve will be fantastic additions to the charity and I’m looking forward to working with them. I’d also like to pass on my sincere thanks to our interim posts – Peter Cutler & Keith Haynes – who have steered us through a time of transition.”

Andrew starts at Leeds Cares at the end of June and Eve Hartrick will join the team in mid-July.

Sign up to receive full FREE access to charity news and special sector offers.

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Stay Connected


Must Read

‘BooBee bus’ takes to the streets of Manchester encouraging women to be ‘breast aware’

CHARITY Prevent Breast Cancer is encouraging women to come forward and be more 'breast aware', with a specially decorated pink information bus taking to...

Matt Baker returns for The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge in its 10th year

THE iconic challenge which has seen Matt Baker travel thousands of miles alongside children and young people, who have been supported by BBC Children...
- Advertisement -

Employment News

Kate Cooper-Owen joins Comic Relief’s top team as Creative Director

COMIC Relief has announced another exciting new appointment to their top team with Kate Cooper-Owen set to join as Creative Director. Kate will play a...

Special Olympics GB welcomes two new faces to the team

SPECIAL Olympics GB is delighted to announce the appointment of Pete Rhodes and Ben Miller to the organisation with immediate effect. Pete Rhodes takes on...

World Vision UK appoints new Chief Executive

INTERNATIONAL children's charity World Vision UK has appointed Mark Sheard as Chief Executive Officer. Mr Sheard, who has served as interim CEO since March, will...

Related News

Cheshire blind veteran to have artwork featured in military charity’s annual art exhibition

A Cheshire blind veteran is going have his artwork piece 'Java the Last Tiger' featured in Blind Veterans UK's annual exhibition fundraiser this month...

Hospice reunites family with WW2 medals

A Birmingham family have been reunited with World War Two medals awarded to their uncle on the front lines of Europe and Africa. The medals...

Equipment and time donated to Yorda Adventures, helping children with learning disabilities

On behalf of Surrey Freemasons, Steve Norris and Steve Butwell visited Yorda Adventures in Chessington, to donate equipment for their wooded children’s adventure area....

Care home charity Friends of the Elderly creates wellbeing pledge to its staff

FRIENDS of the Elderly, the charity which runs care homes, daycare centres and home care services throughout England has been hosting a series of...

Leap of faith by dedicated fundraisers

TWENTY brave people took the plunge in darkness last week, dropping from the British Airways i360 on Brighton seafront. The abseil was held on a...
- Advertisement -