Daily News Roundup – 5 February 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Guests are excited by hospice’s extension

Melton Times

Guests at Dove Cottage will be able to use a major new 
extension at the day hospice from April.

Grayson Perry and David Cameron donate artworks for secret auction in aid of Eastbourne hospice

The Argus

Eccentric artist Grayson Perry and Prime Minister David Cameron are among a host of famous people who have created an anonymous piece of art-work to be sold in aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice.

St Giles Hospice showcased in global guide to palliative care

Tamworth Herald

St Giles Hospice is showcased in the first ever global guide to palliative care issued by the World Health Organisation and the Worldwide Palliative Care Alliance.

Fundraisers – ‘Stop firefighting and see the fire’

The Guardian

Charities need space to innovate and collaborate, and must use technology and local platforms when it comes to fundraising, says Claire Houghton, fundraising manager at St Rocco’s Hospice.

Younger: Commission barely has enough money to regulate effectively

Civil Society

The Charity Commission barely has the resources to regulate the sector effectively, its chief executive Sam Younger has said.

I went from carer to standup comedian

The Guardian

Being principal carer for two daughters with disabilities, and her mum, was hard – now Nicky Clark is telling funny stories about it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *