Marie Curie rebrands to ‘change the conversation about terminal illness'

Marie Curie rebrands to ‘change the conversation about terminal illness' 1

9 Apr 2015 | Alice Sharman

Marie Curie has changed its logo and website, and launched a new support line and other new services, as part of a rebrand to make it clear that the charity supports people with any terminal illness.


Marie Curie rebrands to ‘change the conversation about terminal illness'

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MoJ stops short of formal investigation into PCC who awarded £500,000 to her own organisation

The Ministry of Justice has said it is not launching a formal investigation into Northumbria police and crime commissioner, Vera Baird QC, after she set up an organisation and awarded it £500,000 of taxpayers' money.

Lib Dems promise open public procurement and review of the Lobbying Act

The Liberal Democrats would open public procurement for charities, review the balance of the Lobbying Act, and introduce a new and improved Work Programme, according to their manifesto published today.

Change appointment process of Commission chair to improve independence, says NCVO

The government should change the way the chair of the Charity Commission is appointed to avoid ongoing criticism about political patronage, NCVO has proposed in a discussion paper published today.

CSV changes name to Volunteering Matters

Community Service Volunteers has changed its name to Volunteering Matters and is placing more emphasis on its policy work as well as hoping to reach new audiences.

He was just so nice - an over used word, but I can only ever see Daniel with a smile on his face. Genuine, wickedly funny, intelligent, oozing with foresight and interest.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

Boycott Workfare encourages people to ‘name and shame’ charities involved in workfare

Campaign group Boycott Workfare is encouraging activists to report to them any charities and organisations involved in workfare to “name and shame” them.

Governance Code steering group considers additional guidance for larger charities

A body responsible for setting good governance guidance in the charity sector is consulting on whether to produce a separate code for large charities.

Four Unicef staff killed in attack by al-Shabaab militants in Somalia

Four Unicef staff members were killed and a further five were wounded yesterday when the vehicle they were travelling in was bombed in north-eastern Somalia.


The Association of Charitable Foundations has announced a complete rebrand of its logo, newsletter and website, to “better reflect” the "unity and diversity of the ACF membership".

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