The Nicest Job in Britain – charity partner

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The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation has been chosen as a charity partner for The Nicest Job in Britain 2016.

The Nicest Job in Britain is a charity campaign is organised by Nicestjobs.com and it offers the position of Philanthropy Manager to one lucky applicant. Once in post, the Philanthropy Manager will work with 40 charities (chosen from a shortlist of over 1000) for one week each. In it’s second year, The Nicest Job in Britain provides a platform to highlight to great work that goes on in the charity sector all over the UK.

 

“We have built a showcase platform for Britain’s charities, demonstrating the great people that work in the wonderful organisations, the environments they operate in and the challenges they face” (Nicest Job in Britain, 2016).

The Nicest job in Britain generates great exposure for the charity sector. Media outlets such as Good Morning Britain, the Washington Post and the BBC have covered this great initiative in the past. Our partnership will be a great opportunity to increase awareness of our charity and the services available for people affected by vasculitis in Scotland and beyond.

 

I always find it hard to put into words how much the Nicest Job in Britain changed my life. The overwhelming experience changed me so much as a person that I can’t see the world in the same way I did before. Profound. Knowing there is so much good in the world brings a new level of meaning to your life.

                                                Luke Cameron (Philanthropy Manager, 2015)

We are delighted to be involved are we are looking forward to the coming months to see this partnership develop. This years Philanthropy Manager will be appointed on November 1st, and the project will begin soon after.

For more information visit The Nicest Job in Britain.

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