Andrew Scadding

Andrew Scadding

Chief executive, Thai Children's Trust

Andrew Scadding has been in and around fundraising since 1967, as a fundraiser, trustee and database programmer. Currently incarnated as chief executive of Thai Children's Trust (formerly Pattaya Orphanage Trust) , ‘probably the best job in the world’, which he has held since 1999 ‘thanks to a very tolerant board of trustees’, he also chairs the Trustees of the Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund. He is married ‘for more years than I care to admit’, a relieved parent, happy grandparent, devoted dog walker and cheery iconoclast.

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Death by a thousand cuts

Amidst the 'butchery' set to befall the industry, Andrew Scadding makes an appeal for careful cuts to an unlikely resource...

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Sector representatives have reacted generally positively to various agreements reached by the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats following their initial negotiations to form a government.

The coalition - a marriage made in heaven or simply of convenience?

The Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition was the only practical one. Andrew Scadding warns we may even grow to like it.

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