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Age Concern and Help the Aged appoint new fundraising director

Age Concern and Help the Aged appoint new fundraising director
1st February 2010

Age Concern and Help the Aged have announced that they have appointed a new director of fundraising in time for their rebranding in spring.

In a couple of months the organisation will be known as Age UK following the merger between the two organisations, and Paul Farthing is to take over the fundraising duties.

Mr Farthing joins Age Concern and Help the Aged from Cancer Research UK, where the expert was director of high-value relationships and director of legacies, as well as holding "significant experience" through periods of change in charity and previous agency experience with both Age Concern and Help the Aged.

Tom Wright‚ Chief Executive of Age Concern and Help the Aged‚ said‚ "We are delighted to welcome Paul to the Charity at this exciting time. His distinguished career spanning 20 years in fundraising and marketing will prove extremely valuable in helping us realise our ambitions."

Upon its rebranding, the Age UK family will encompass Age Scotland‚ Age Cymru and Age NI.

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