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Tobin Aldrich leaves Sightsavers to set up consultancy

17 Dec 2014 | Fundraising | Emily Corfe

Former director of global fundraising for Sightsavers, Tobin Aldrich, has announced that he has left the charity to set up a consultancy business.

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