Stephen George

Stephen George

Interim executive director of fundraising and marketing , Action on Hearing Loss

Stephen George started as interim executive director of fundraising and marketing at Action on Hearing Loss in October 2013.

Previously fundraising director at Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres, he left to pursue a freelance career in fundraising and management consultancy. He moved to Maggie’s in 2010 after leaving the NSPCC, where he was development director for Legacy Fundraising. Prior to this, he was responsible for the NSPCC's Full Stop Appeal in the regions as director of community appeals.

He joined the NSPCC in 1998. Before that he worked as head of regional fundraising at Unicef for three years, and in fundraising at Scope for 12 years. He was formerly chairman of the Remember a Charity campaign, a consortium of more than 160 charities promoting legacy fundraising, and is currently vice chairman of the Institute of Fundraising.

 

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