Clare Pelham, CEO of Leonard Cheshire Disability
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Charity trustees feel alienated by social investment, says charity CEO

30 Sep 2014 | Finance | David Ainsworth

Social investment is not reaching its potential because trustees feel "alienated" by the language used, the chief executive of Leonard Cheshire Disability told a fringe event at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday.

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