Daily News Roundup – 26 July 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Cransley Hospice in Kettering could see its NHS funding slashed

Northampton Telegraph

Cransley Hospice in Kettering is likely to have its funding cut under plans set out by the new NHS Clinical Commissioning Group.

Chairman makes urgent plea to save St Raphael’s Hospice

This is Local London

The chairman of St Raphael’s has issued an urgent plea to save the hospice today. Dr Ron McKeran is asking people to sign two petitions attempting to protect the future of the hospice.

Bury Hospice’s Japanese garden wins gold at RHS Tatton Park flower show

This Is Lancashire

A Japanese garden designed for the new Bury Hospice has an award at the RHS flower show at Tatton Park.

Institute of Fundraising considers guidance after suspension of CharityGiving

Third Sector

It would act as a practical checklist to help charities understand online giving platforms, says Daniel Fluskey, head of policy and research at the institute.

A day in the life of … a health charity executive director

The Guardian

Susan Fleisher of the National Organisation for Foetal Alcohol Syndrome is inspired by her adopted daughter’s health problems.

Charities can’t blame ‘economic climate’ for falls in income

Civil Society blog

Oxfam yesterday revealed a sharp drop in income and attributed the fall to the economic climate, but its problems go further than that, says Tom Latchford.

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