Belle appointed to head PR team at childcare charity NCH

Childcare charity NCH Action for Children has appointed Olivia Belle to head its newly created communications team.

Childcare charity NCH Action for Children has appointed Olivia

Belle to head its newly created communications team.



The head of media and public relations post is a new one, and was

created to ’reflect the growing importance of the public relations and

media function here,’ according to senior NCH media and PR officer Paula

Keaveney.



Belle’s appointment follows those last month of Maggie Poe as corporate

press officer and of Natalie Fowle as corporate fundraising press

officer.



The media and PR department itself was created in March this year,

following a communications review held at NCH last September.



Belle joins NCH on 1 July from the Royal National Institute for the

Blind, where she is currently senior communications officer.



She previously held communications posts at the National Society for the

Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the Museum of London.



Belle will report to Michael Kaufmann, assistant director of marketing

and communications at the charity. She will oversee a communications

team of six.



’NCH has got some work to do but it is in a strong position, with many

individual and celebrity supporters,’ said Belle.



NCH is one of the largest childcare charities in the country. It

supports the work of young carers, young offenders, families and

community centres.



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