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    30K- £35K (in accordance with qualifications and experience)
    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a General Manager to take the helm and be responsible for the day to day running of Kids Cancer Charity.

    Kids Cancer Charity aims
    • To improve the quality of life for children/teenagers affected by cancer
    • To provide emotional and practical support that complements and adds value to the services provided by the statutory authorities
    • To recognise that childhood cancer affects the entire family
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    Posted by Vibrance
    Circa £71k
    Bethnal Green, London E2 9DA
    35 hours per week
    Vibrance is a charity supporting many hundreds of people with a disability across London and the south-east of England. We pride ourselves on providing high quality support and our values are extremely important to the people we support. It is, therefore, crucial that all of our staff, including those not working directly with Service Users, understand and embody those values.
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    The Rowland Hill Fund welcomes applications for two Non-Executive Trustee positions on its Board. We are particularly interested to hear from those with expertise in the charity sector and digital/marketing sectors.

    As a trustee, you will contribute at a strategic level and help us to achieve our simple and powerful aim: to financially support postal people in their time of greatest need.
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    Candidates are now being sought for the role of a Conservator to be appointed by
    the Secretary of State for Defence. This is a special opportunity to be instrumental in
    shaping the future for our Commons.
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    The Proud Trust is a lifesaving and life enhancing organisation that helps empower young LGBT+ people to make a positive change for themselves and their communities. We do this through youth groups; one-to-one support; managing the LGBT+ Centre for Manchester; delivery of training and events; campaigns; undertaking research; and creating resources.
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    We are looking for new trustees to help steer us through the next exciting stage of our development, as we increase our support of LGBT+ young people regionally and nationally.
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    Do your values and leadership style align with our values and approach? Do you have the board experience and passion to lead us through the next exciting phase of our strategic development? Could you help us realise our potential?
    Closes:18th Feb 2021
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    How to elevate your non-profit storytelling with data and performance metrics.
    Sage Intacct the non-profit financial management platform, takes a look at giving trends and insights.

    The importance of the ‘S’ in ‘ESG’
    In this episode, Lauren Weymouth is joined by Ketan Patel, equities fund manager at EdenTree, to delve into the issue of social investment and why that all-important ‘S’ in ESG is more relevant now than ever before. The social element of ESG often gets forgotten when thinking about investing in more ethical and sustainable ways. But, after a challenging year for all areas of society, social injustice has been highlighted, and there’s a much greater need for charities to put people at the heart of their investment decisions.

    What does the future of civil society look like post-pandemic?
    In this episode of the Charity Times Leadership Podcast, Lauren Weymouth chats to Dame Julia Unwin, the chair of the Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society about what the future has in store for the charity sector. When it launched in 2018, the inquiry found issues around power, trust and connection within the charity sector. But do these issues still remain? And how has Covid accelerated the pace of change that was required?