Mark Bishop

Mark Bishop

Mark Bishop is currently the director of fundraising at Prostate Cancer UK. Bishop has been in the role for over six years and has helped grow the charity's total income in that time from £7m, to £30m. 

Bishop is set to join the National Trust for Scotland in October as head of development. 

Bishop was previously the head of corporate fundraising at Leonard Cheshire where the charity experienced 800 per cent growth in corporate income over three years. Prior to his fundraising career, he worked in the corporate sector for organisations including Sky and HarperCollins Publishers.


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