Voluntary Sector: The Week in Charities

Tag International Development has hired new London-based agency Schneider Bartosch Communications for an international strategic and stakeholder comms brief. Tag is a global humanitarian organisation.

The Mental Health Foundation has unveiled a new brand identity, including logos, straplines and a new website, in order to strengthen its position as the voice on mental health and learning disability issues and services.

Eureka, the national children's museum in Halifax, has appointed Northern Lights PR to promote its expertise in play and learning to government policy makers, academics and businesses.

Bright One is promoting the St Dunstan's London to Brighton Walk on 11 June, which supports blind ex-service men and women.

St Dunstan's is looking to recruit 200 individuals to take part to raise £100,000.

YouthNet, the online charity, has launched a Sex Accidents video as part of its guide to life for 16- to 25-year-olds, giving advice on alcohol-fuelled mishaps.

The Good Agency and the Sheila McKechnie Foundation have signed up former health minister David Lammy MP as keynote speaker for the campaigning forum People Power 2011 on 22 March.

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