Gill Nunn takes director's role at Charity Employees Benevolent Fund

Former director at Social Investment Business and CAF will begin her new role in March

Gill Nunn
Gill Nunn

The Charity Employees Benevolent Fund has appointed Gill Nunn, a former director at Social Investment Business, as its new head.

Nunn, also a former director of the Charities Aid Foundation, will take over the role of director in March.

She succeeds Rick Holland, former head of fundraising at the MS Society, who left the CEBF in December after only six months in the job.

Nunn left the Social Investment Business - formerly Futurebuilders England - which administers government-backed loan funds worth £400m, in April this year after nine months in the post. Before that, she spent three years at CAF, where she was director of business development.

"We were keen to appoint someone with experience of the sector and a keen understanding of the issues that we face," said David Prescott, chair of the fund. "We are delighted that Gill brings this, along with great enthusiasm for what we are looking to achieve."

The CEBF, which was set up to help charity workers in financial difficulty, was officially launched in November.


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