FUNDRAISING NEWS: NDCS appoints new fundraiser to take over from Astarita

Mark Astarita, who is moving to the British Red Cross to become its director of fundraising

The National Deaf Children's Society has appointed a new director of fundraising to replace Mark Astarita, who joins the British Red Cross at the end of July.

Anne Bolitho has been promoted from deputy director of fundraising to take on the role of director of fundraising, membership and public relations.

Before joining NDCS, Bolitho was head of client development at Personal Telephone Fundraising. Earlier she worked in advertising and marketing at agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi. She is also a member of the executive committee of the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association.

Her new deputy is Luciano Jago, who will combine the role of deputy director of fundraising and director of international development. Jago has been instrumental in helping the charity increase its trust and statutory income from £250,000 a year to £1.3 million.

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