The Week in Charities

The Remarkable Group is promoting retailer Cash Converters' partnership with children's charity Dreams Come True. The Hampshire-based agency will handle media relations, celebrity engagement and internal comms. Ex-footballer Matt Le Tissier is fronting a national TV campaign.

Moving People, the mental health anti-discrimination programme, has been renamed Time to Change. Forster Creative was behind the rebranding exercise. A £7.5m social marketing campaign is also being planned for January next year.

help a london child, Capital FM's charity, is to launch a free sports programme for disadvantaged and disabled children. The comms team will target charity trade press and local London papers to garner grass roots support. England and Spurs footballer Jermaine Jenas will front one part of the campaign.

Homeless Link has launched a campaign to end rough sleeping in the UK by 2012. It is calling on national and local government to tackle the issue before the Olympic Games begin.

Fathers 4 Justice will stop providing support services and concentrate on campaigning because it says the demand for practical help has become too high.

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