Tim Hunter is to leave the NSPCC in January 2009 after
seven years as deputy director of fundraising.
Hunter leaves the NSPCC to take up post as International
Fundraising director for UNICEF.
Giles Pegram, NSPCC director of fundraising, said: “During
Tim’s many years with us he has been integral to major
developments in our fundraising – including his involvement
in the successful FULL STOP Appeal, integrating ChildLine’s
fundraising into the NSPCC and most recently the launch
of our Child’s Voice Appeal.
“The huge energy, focus and commitment Tim has brought
to the NSPCC’s fundraising will be greatly missed,
but we are excited for him at this tremendous opportunity
to make a mark on the world stage.”
Hunter currently has operational responsibility for all
areas of the NSPCC’s fundraising, which raised £147m
in the financial year 2007-8.
Prior to becoming deputy director, he was responsible for
the Society’s highly successful direct marketing,
which has developed a database of over a million active
Before joining the NSPCC in 1998, Hunter was head of marketing
at Shelter and an account director at telemarketing agency,
Pell & Bales.
Hunter will leave the NSPCC in mid-January. He will be
replaced on an interim basis pending permanent arrangements.