Lesley  Pinder

Lesley Pinder

Supporter engagement manager, Missing People from 2010

Lesley Pinder has been supporter engagement manager at Missing People since June 2010. She is also a trustee for Herne Hill Velodrome Trust.

She was previously head of fundraising and communications at Book Aid International and has worked as a project manager at Youth Music and the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Association.

She holds a degree in classical civilisation and film and television studies.


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How to set up a fundraising event

Events fundraising can be a risky endeavour, but can untap new income streams and supporter bases. Lesley Pinder shares tips from Missing People’s successful new running event.

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