Prisoners of Conscience has appointed its first ever Fundraising Manager to help us on our important mission to transform the lives of people who have been persecuted for their acts of conscience to protect and advance human rights around the world.
Becky Slack will take on the part-time role from mid-September 2019 and will be responsible for substantially growing our income so that we can reach even more human rights defenders and their families around the world.
Becky is an experienced fundraiser having raised almost half a million pounds for good causes throughout her career. She brings with her over 20 years’ experience in communications, fundraising and journalism, and has worked for more than 15 years within the charity sector.
Gary Allison, chief executive of Prisoners of Conscience, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Becky to the Prisoners of Conscience team and look forward to working with her as we embark on an exciting period of growth and increased impact.”
Becky Slack says: “I am thrilled to be joining the Prisoners of Conscience team and helping them transform the lives of the brave people who have risked so much by standing up for what they believe in. I also look forward to meeting the many generous supporters who make this work possible.”
Prisoners of Conscience would also like to thank the Joffe Trust for providing the funding for the role.