Voluntary Sector: The Week in Charities

Tank PR has been chosen to handle the publicity for the NSPCC's Nottingham Child's Voice Appeal Board.

Tank will publicise news of the fundraising efforts of the city's organisations as they strive to raise £3.3m towards the appeal.

Victim Support launched a new brand identity on Monday, with the aim of increasing the understanding of the help it gives to victims and witnesses of crime.

Guide Dogs for the Blind has signed up Britain's Got Talent canine stars to help launch its latest national fundraising campaign. Dancing border collie Gin and trainer Kate Nicholas were special guests at the launch of 'Go Walkies for Guide Dogs' in Hyde Park on 11 May.

Comic Relief press officer Jess Ord is joining Vero as an account manager. Ord has also worked at Cohn & Wolfe and Freuds.

Third Sector magazine, a sister title of PRWeek, is running a series of online masterclasses on the subject of 'driving donations through social media'. To see the full programme, visit donationsthroughsocial media.com.

Weight Watchers has partnered with the British Heart Foundation to launch 'Get active!', designed to encourage people to raise their activity levels to help lose weight and improve their health and wellbeing.

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