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Tracey Bleakley has been appointed the new Chief Executive of Hospice UK, the national hospice charity which supports and champions the work of more than 200 hospice care providers across the country.
Here at CJAM we like to support good causes, and particularly when we can help towards improving people’s health and wellbeing. Our colleague Lisa Dalton has taken the lead in sourcing excess running kit from her local running club to donate to A Mile in her Shoes, a great charity that helps women from all walks of life to enjoy the benefits of running.
The Charity Commission has launched an email news bulletin for umbrella bodies and capacity-building charities, called Network News.
Donor websites report huge rise compared with same day last year as UK embraces post-Black Friday and Cyber Monday fundraising drive.
The British Free Range Egg Producers’ Association (BFREPA) has a new chairman, following the election of Myles Thomas to the association’s top position.
Associations have increasingly unrealistic expectations of professional congress organisers (PCOs), according to one of the industry’s most outspoken stalwarts.
The Charity Retail Association has appointed Martin Blackwell, head of the Association of Town & City Management, as its next chief executive.
Royal Mail Group has selected the Stroke Association as its new charity partner for the next two years. It aims to raise at least £2 million for the charity over the next year.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is the umbrella term used in the US to describe motor neurone diseases, as well as the name for the most common disease in this group, which in the UK we call Motor Neurone Disease.