Oxfam GB appoints new director to grow major donor fundraising

Oxfam GB appoints new director to grow major donor fundraising

22 May 2015 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

Oxfam GB has appointed a new director in a bid to grow income from what it called “high value” partnerships.


Oxfam GB appoints new director to grow major donor fundraising

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Labour MP Barbara Keeley

The Localism Bill debate reached fever pitch in Parliament yesterday with 40 speakers entering discussions at the Bill’s second reading in the House of Commons.

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Mark Webster

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Skillshare International development worker Caragh Filose training an occupational therapy student in Tanzania. Copyright Emma Judge

Skillshare International has adopted IBM-based collaboration technology to speed up its wide area network and tackle bottlenecks resulting from different network speeds and capacities around the world.

Eric Pickles, minister for communities and local government

The Labour Party and Friends of the Earth have spoken out against the Localism Bill ahead of its second reading in Parliament today.

Charity Commission Liverpool office

The Charity Commission should cease giving advice on good practice and acting as a ‘friend’ of the sector, and focus on its regulatory role, the NCVO has suggested in its response to the Commission’s strategic review consultation.

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