The National Lottery is on the lookout for PR help as it seeks to 'reaffirm the importance' of the brand among the British public.
Contact the Elderly has brought in Stand Agency to provide a two-year programme of comms support ahead of its 50th anniversary celebrations in 2015.
Cancer Research UK has sent out an RFI for agencies to assist with its social media operation.
Shooting Star CHASE, the children's hospice charity, has drafted in 3 Monkeys to raise awareness of its work.
The self-regulatory body for face-to-face fundraising has brought in Insight Public Affairs as part of a strategic comms shift.
MHP account director William Neal is taking on a head of comms role at former prime minister Tony Blair's pro-religion foundation.
Prostate Cancer UK has appointed Jane Spence, a former Dispatches and Newsnight director, to lead the charity's media and PR operations.
Communications Management has been appointed by The Transformation Trust to assist with the launch of a scheme to help schoolchildren get internships.
The National Funding Scheme (NFS), an arts funding concept backed in 2012 by then Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, is working with Fleishman-Hillard to promote mobile donations to cultural institutions.
Claremont has been called in to help promote a major Government campaign on relationship support for couples and families.
InHouse Communications has been appointed to provide public affairs support to Jamie Oliver's charity.
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