PUBLIC SECTOR: Sense loses fundraiser to Blue Cross

Sense, the National Deafblind and Rubella Association, is to lose its fundraising and communications director Jim Swindells in April. He is joining animal welfare charity Blue Cross as director of fundraising and marketing, leading a team of 27. The charity is now looking to replace Swindells, who reports to Sense chief executive Rodney Clark, and leads a team of 40. Sense, which is one of the largest 50 charities in the UK by turnover, provides advice and care, including supported housing and education, to families and local authorities.

Sense, the National Deafblind and Rubella Association, is to lose

its fundraising and communications director Jim Swindells in April. He

is joining animal welfare charity Blue Cross as director of fundraising

and marketing, leading a team of 27. The charity is now looking to

replace Swindells, who reports to Sense chief executive Rodney Clark,

and leads a team of 40. Sense, which is one of the largest 50 charities

in the UK by turnover, provides advice and care, including supported

housing and education, to families and local authorities.



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