The Week in Charities

The Press Association's in-house communications agency TNR has launched a competition offering a charity the chance to win £2,500 of free photography and video consultation to help increase the profile of an upcoming media campaign.

Any UK charity planning to run a media campaign before July can apply to get professional pictures and a video produced for free. The video will be uploaded to the UK's top five video streaming sites. Charities need to apply by 16 April on TNR's website at www. tnrcommunications.co.uk.

The Women of the Year Foundation has called in Deliberate PR to establish its annual lunch as a key networking event for professional women. Deliberate PR MD Benjamin Webb said he had been hired to 'differentiate the lunch from other ceremonies that award accolades to celebrities with little or no apparent merit or logic'. He added: 'This is the first time a man has been entrusted with PR for the event.'

The Printers' Charitable Corporation, which supports people in the printing and publishing industries, has changed its name to The Printing Charity. The charity hopes the new name will appeal to a broader range of people working in the printing industry, not just printers.

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