Daily News Roundup – 4 March 2014

Categories: In The Media.

When people stare at your child …

Belfast Telegraph

A documentary about the work of Northern’s Ireland Children’s Hospice was shown on BBC NI last night. This article focuses on one of the families featured, Siobhan and Colin Ball, from Crumlin, and their son Caelainn, and you can watch the documentary on BBC iPlayer.

Fundraising hospice lottery expands in East of England

Cambridge News

The ‘Your Hospice Lottery’, which already supports the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and St Helena Hospice, will now also benefit The J’s Hospice, Salisbury Hospice, Cynthia Spencer Hospice and Cransley Hospice.

Pinner volunteer helps rejuvenate hospice aviary

This is Local London

Volunteer Marie Abraham has helped give the Michael Sobell Hospice aviary a new lease of life.

Bristol City: Cancer patient Mark Saunders gives pre-match talk

BBC Sport

Bristol City dedicated Saturday’s win over Gillingham to terminally ill fan Mark Saunders, who gave the players an emotional pre-match speech.

Risk from hospital nurse cuts ‘also applies to community’

Nursing Times

Results from a major study showing cutting hospital nurse numbers is linked to reduced patient safety also applies to community settings, according to the Queen’s Nursing Institute.

Ed Miliband: treat yourself and save the NHS

The Telegraph

A move to ‘whole-person care’ will be better for patients and the health service, writes Labour leader Ed Miliband.

How data analysis can help your charity to enhance its fundraising results

The Guardian

Just like Macmillan Cancer Support did with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, charities can use data to maximise donations.

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