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Partnership creates the first ever fully Hospice-funded PhD Fellowship

St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow and Brent) and the Palliative & End of Life Care Group at the University of Cambridge have appointed Susannah Browne as St...

National Animal Welfare Trust appoints director of operations

RESCUE and rehoming charity National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) has appointed Andrew Gillon as director of operations. Andrew brings nearly two decades of experience in the...

How can charities use business skills to overcome obstacles?

The problem It’s tough to imagine how any organisations could have prepared for the unpredictable and quite frankly unprecedented impacts of COVID-19. Periods of lockdown...

144 pairs of wellies laid out to show puddles are for splashing in, not for drinking

WATERAID laid a striking tribute of 144 pairs of brightly coloured wellington boots in the garden of London's Victoria and Albert Museum this week...

Nation unaware of cancer care support services

DIMBLEBY Cancer Care today officially launches the cancercaremap.org, after research finds a significant lack of awareness across the UK of the thousands of support and...

Women’s Aid previews early findings from Domestic Abuse Report

Women's Aid has previewed early findings from its forthcoming 'Domestic Abuse Audit 2018' at its inaugural public policy conference. New statistics reveal that domestic abuse services...

Charity launches major fundraiser to mark its fifth anniversary

Children’s charity, Thinking of Oscar, has launched a major fundraising campaign to raise a £500,000 ‘Innovation Fund’...
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Partnership creates the first ever fully Hospice-funded PhD Fellowship

St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow and Brent) and the Palliative & End of Life Care Group at the University of Cambridge have appointed Susannah Browne as St...

National Animal Welfare Trust appoints director of operations

RESCUE and rehoming charity National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) has appointed Andrew Gillon as director of operations. Andrew brings nearly two decades of experience in the...

How can charities use business skills to overcome obstacles?

The problem It’s tough to imagine how any organisations could have prepared for the unpredictable and quite frankly unprecedented impacts of COVID-19. Periods of lockdown...
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