Daily News Roundup – 6 August 2013

Categories: In The Media.

What’s next for corporate fundraising?

The Guardian

New research by the Charities Trust predicts companies will abandon charities that fail to deliver.

Health safety expert to reveal ‘zero-harm’ NHS manifesto

BBC News 

Plans to create a culture of “zero harm” in the NHS in England are to be set out in a report today, published by Prof Don Berwick, one of the world’s leading experts on patient safety.

Bridging the gap: the voluntary sector’s solution for the ‘lost generation’

The Guardian

The role for the voluntary sector must be to bridge the gap between education and employment, experts say.

The Daily Mail

A news feature discussing the end of life care planning scheme, Co-ordinate My Care (CMC).  It trains medics to help patients put together their own end of life care plan, and co-ordinates that information electronically.

30 charity chiefs paid more than £100,000

The Telegraph

The leaders of some of the biggest charities risk bringing “the wider charitable world into disrepute” by taking large pay rises while donations are falling, according to the regulator.

Making the end of life better

Lancashire Evening Post

A ground breaking programme to improve end of life care within care homes across the north-west is having a positive impact, according to new research by a Lancashire university.

Free therapies for cancer patients in Abbots Langley and Kings Langley at The Hospice of St Francis

Watford Observer

People living with cancer in Abbots Langley and Kings Langley are able to benefit from a selection of complementary therapy courses at a local hospice.

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