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'

« First | previous | Displaying 49 to 54 (of 54)


Australia’s coalition government has withdrawn from plans to abolish the country’s newly-formed charity watchdog, after the sector campaigned for it to remain.


The Mentoring and Befriending Foundation has announced it has completed the transfer of its services to NCVO.

Stephen Mallinson, chief executive, Localgiving

Members of Localgiving, the online fundraising platform, will get free or discounted membership to NCVO, as part of new partnership arrangements between the two organisations.

People and Culture conference now open for booking

Civil Society Media’s inaugural People and Culture conference, which aims to help charities create the best workplace environment, is now open for booking.

A giant of the charity sector, but an even greater friend. I am truly devastated that Dave is no longer with us.

» Former Citizens Advice chief David Harker dies

CCNI closes investigation into governance concerns at animal charity

The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has closed a statutory inquiry which investigated concerns that the Ulster Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (USPCA) didn’t have the correct procedures in place for its key objectives.

SNP would push for full devolution of welfare system

The Scottish National Party MPs will push Westminster for devolution of powers on welfare payments and business taxes among to the Scottish Parliament.

« First | previous | Displaying 49 to 54 (of 54)


Search the Directory


The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.

Free eNews

CTG attacks HMRC for breaking promises over implementation of 20 per cent tax on direct mail

16 Apr 2015

Charities have been left unsure how to obey tax rules after HM Revenue & Customs failed to publish...

NCVO and CFG express concerns over government review of business rates

13 Apr 2015

Infrastructure bodies including NCVO and the Charity Finance Group are consulting charities over a government...

Grant-makers face 'big decisions' as a result of 'seismic shift' in commissioning, says report

9 Apr 2015

Charities and funders face big decisions after a “seismic shift” in public service commissioning,...

Colin Lloyd, founding chair of FRSB, to step down after nine years

20 Apr 2015

Colin Lloyd, chair of the FRSB, will step down in June after three terms in the role, beginning at the...

£1m raised for charities by carrier bag charge in Scotland

20 Apr 2015

More than £1m has been raised for charities from the carrier bag charge since it was introduced six months...

Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female

17 Apr 2015

Men donate more to online fundraising pages where the fundraiser is an attractive female, and donate competitively...

Oxfam trials tap-to-donate technology

17 Apr 2015

Oxfam GB is running a trial of near-field communication technology to allow supporters to both donate...

Ice Bucket Challenge effect brings down average online donation amount

15 Apr 2015

The average online donation fell by 8.6 per cent in 2014 to £63.69, according to a survey by fundraising...

Education charity UCAS broke electronic marketing rules, says Information Commissioner

9 Apr 2015

The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service broke electronic marketing rules because its admission...

Join the discussion


Attending our one day courses is a highly effective way of ensuring new and existing trustees fully understand their role, responsibilities and liabilities.

>> Find out more <<