Voluntary Sector: The Week in Charities

YouthNet, the online charity, has launched a competition to teach young people to handle money.

The Fiver Challenge asks 16- to 25-year-olds to show what they would do with £5 via a blog, or with a photo or video on TheSite.org's Facebook page.

Can Associates has been appointed by Frank Lampard's ex-fiancee Elen Rivas to handle licensing and endorsements as well as her brand association. Rivas is soon to front PETA's anti-bullfighting campaign.

Help for Heroes has launched a partnership with GQ magazine, which will cover the work of the charity in print and on the web. Also, the Autumn issue of Heroes, the charity's quarterly magazine, will be edited by Dylan Jones, editor of GQ, and distributed with GQ's October issue in the UK.

Media Trust has joined forces with CharityJOB to help people to find the best jobs in the voluntary sector. The trust's website will feature a jobs section, powered by CharityJOB.

The Global Poverty Project has appointed Haygarth to draw attention to the realities of poverty around the world. The commission follows a competitive pitch to launch Live Below the Line to drive awareness in the UK through an intensive PR campaign and celebrity endorsement headlined by actor Hugh Jackman.

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