Voluntary Sector: The Week in Charities

The Remarkable Group is working with the South African Global White Lion Protection Trust (WLT) on a UK campaign. It is raising WLT's UK and European profile by sourcing celebrity support, building relationships with key parliamentary contacts and designing a website.

BBC Worldwide has brought in kids and entertainment specialist Rare Communications to run a campaign around BBC Children in Need. It will promote a competition for kids' show In the Night Garden. It will handle celebrity involvement and a media relations campaign.

The MS Society has appointed Golley Slater to handle media relations for its disability lifestyle event MS Life. The event will disseminate the latest research, information and host fringe events. It takes place in Gateshead, Newcastle in June 2009.

Scope has joined forces with The Crippendales, a disabled male stripper troupe. It is sending MPs 'saucy postcards' to call on the Government to sign the UN Convention in order to strengthen disabled people's rights.

Firefly Communications has received an award from Workplace Giving UK after it encouraged 20 per cent of its employees to make regular donations. This is double the government benchmark target.

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