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Charities and non-charities: why the difference matters

Today (8 August) we published the results of a recent consultation which will inform new guidance for publication later this year. The topic is a broad one – setting out the principles that trustees should follow when their charity works closely with a non – charitable organisation. We are pleased with the volume and quality of the responses and I really value the time that many have given to this.

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Lady Kitty Spencer becomes Patron for Give Us Time

Give Us Time is thrilled to announce our new Patron, Lady Kitty Spencer, who said: “This role gives me the opportunity to express the utter respect I have for the men and women who serve this country in the armed forces. For military personnel, the family network is the all-important backdrop to their professional lives. ‘Give Us Time’

acknowledges that the entire family makes sacrifices and seeks to nurture this support network. In my opinion, our service personnel and their families truly represent what is best about the United Kingdom. I am in awe of their strength and commitment to our country.

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Future for Heroes – Additional Trustees

Future for Heroes is delighted to welcome 2 additional Trustees to the charity, Sean Taylor and Christian Yates (www.f4h.org.uk/about-us/trustees). Both completed earlier careers in the army and are now hugely successful in The City with links to numerous financial corporations and institutes. Both have widespread experience within the military charity arena being involved with a number of such organisations. Miramar Executive Search, a company based in Richmond, was instrumental in initially approaching Christian and Sean on our behalf.

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