Daily News Roundup – 30 June 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Infrastructure bodies to produce guidance on how to fundraise without damaging your reputation

Civil Society
NCVO has announced that it will work together with Acevo, the Institute of Fundraising and Charity Finance Group to produce new guidance for fundraising management.

Partnership working with St Giles Hospice

“With such a growth in demand for our services it is essential that we develop partnerships with organisations who share our values,” writes group chief executive of St Giles Hospice, Peter Holliday.

Using sensory activities to improve dementia care

Nursing Times [registration required] A structured programme of sensory activities can improve end of life care for people in nursing homes with advanced dementia.

Act of dedication marks start of building work of new Arthur Rank Hospice in Cambridge

Cambridge News
The building of a a new adult hospice in Cambridge took a major step forward yesterday with the laying of a commemorative stone marking the start of construction work.

Leeds hospice’s appeal for inspirational stories

Yorkshire Evening Post
Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice’s ‘Incredible Care’ campaign will run throughout July and invites people to share personal stories of their experience at the hospice, to give people a better understanding of the range of services it provides to patients and their families.

Hospice highlights work of volunteers in Rotherham

The Star
The work of volunteers at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice was highlighted to the chief executive of Voluntary Action Rotherham during a visit.

From across ehospice editions:

Palliative care for children with cerebral palsy in India

First students complete Dutch e-learning course on children’s palliative care

New guidelines launched to support medical practitioners treat breast and prostate cancer

Artificial nutrition and hydration at the end of life

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