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National award for Bristol charity worker

Children's charity Barnardo's has presented a national award to a Bristol member of staff. Sue Wake has received the Roger Singleton Trophy 2016 in recognition...

The National Autistic Society has revealed the finalists of the 2019 Autism Professionals Awards

The annual awards recognise and celebrate people, services and schools helping to create a society that works for autistic people and their families. There are...

The X Factor helps Childline hit record £1m target

£1,072,333 was raised for Childline last night at the spectacular, star-studded The X Factor Childline Ball – a new record for this annual event. The fundraiser partnered with...

Work begins on Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s new airbase

HER Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Rose Troughton, and The High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Lady Marland, joined Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s Charity Ambassadors and...

Charities angered by ministers’ refusal to relax lobbying rules

CHARITIES have been left to consider their next steps after ministers refused to relax rules that they are saying are gagging them from campaigning...

Fundraising Regulator publishes Code Consultation on Data Protection

The Fundraising Regulator has today announced the opening of a Code Consultation on Data Protection. The consultation will enable charities, fundraisers and members of the...

Age UK North Tyneside is seeking a new chairperson

A Tyneside charity is looking to fill a vital position that will help shape its future. Age UK North Tyneside is looking to appoint a...

Teenage Cancer Trust announces new Director of Fundraising

TEENAGE Cancer Trust has appointed Liz Tait as its new Director of Fundraising. Liz joins from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home where she was Director...

Eleven cases of FGM recorded in England every day, NHS statistics show

Much more needs to be done to support survivors of female genital mutilation and protect girls at risk, as the latest statistics reveal there...

Breast cancer fundraising events in legal battle over naming rights

TWO breast cancer fundraising events are at loggerheads over the naming of their respective events. The breast cancer charity Walk the Walk has requested its...
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