The Week in Charities

Waste Watch has appointed Forster to review the organisation's name and refresh its brand.

The environmental charity is keen to raise its public profile and reposition itself as a leading UK voice on sustainable resource use. Forster won the brief after a competitive pitch. The new brand is due to be launched in April next year. Forster also recently hired Robert Soar as its first head of creative, following growth in creative projects for the agency.

Live Nation's marketing and PR director Jenni Young has left to join the young volunteers service V as director of marketing and communications. Young spent five years at Live Nation, overseeing marketing strategy across all tours and festivals.

The National Autistic Society has called in The Good Agency for its new campaign, 'Don't Write Me Off', which challenges the Government to ensure adults with autism can access the right support. The campaign uses real people's experiences to incite community and political engagement with the cause.

Movember, the moustache-growing charity event held each November to raise funds for and awareness of men's health, is under way, with Iris PR handling the PR. The agency ran the launch event and is now dealing with media relations.

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