NSPCC's Full Stop director crosses the pond

Nick Booth, campaign director of the NSPCC's Full Stop appeal, is leaving the charity after 21 years to move to a new position in the US.

Booth: new chapter
Booth: new chapter
Booth has been appointed vice-president of philanthropy at Philadelphia-based charity Big Brothers Big Sisters, starting on 26 March. He will be responsible for the organisation’s national revenue and fundraising.

Booth leaves the NSPCC after heading the Full Stop appeal from its inception 12 years ago to its conclusion last spring, by which time it had raised nearly £270m.

“To have had the opportunity to be part of the NSPCC and to have led the Full Stop Appeal towards an end to child cruelty has been the greatest privilege imaginable,” said Booth. “I am very sad to be leaving so many wonderful people who work for and support NSPCC, but I’m equally excited by my new role.”

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