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Friends of the Elderly has launched a magazine to boost the involvement of its young supporters. Spark will be sent free of charge to supporters who sign up to committed giving, and is being tested on young donors recruited by face-to-face fundraising. "We have created an exciting magazine that shows older people's issues in a positive and engaging way," said Alex Campbell, the charity's committed giving executive. The 12-page, twice-yearly, colour periodical will feature stories about the older people helped by the charity alongside facts about ageing in the UK, as well as more light-hearted items such as recipes from grandparents' cookbooks.

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