Paul Farthing

Paul Farthing

Director of fundraising, NSPCC from April 2013

Paul Farthing has been director of fundraising at NSPCC since April 2013.

He was previously director of fundraising at Age UK.

He is also former legacy fundraising and corporate partnerships director at Cancer Research UK. Prior to joining CRUK in October 2005, he spent six years at charity specialist direct marketing agency, Target Direct, where he was made managing director. He is a trustee of Volunteer Reading Help.

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NSPCC faces backlash over letters from Santa

A glitch in NSPCC’s Letter from Santa website has resulted in incorrect personalisation of letters and delays in sending them out.

NSPCC launches sexual abuse awareness campaign

NSPCC has today launched a campaign that encourages adults to talk to their children about ‘the underwear rule’ to protect children from sexual abuse.

Paul Farthing will become director of fundraising at NSPCC on 15 April 2013

Paul Farthing has been recruited to lead fundraising at the NSPCC, a charity which has been raising less money each year since 2009.

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