New face at West Cumbria Hospice at Home
Last updated at 15:04, Wednesday, 05 December 2012
Fond farewells will be said to a charity worker as she swaps one good cause for another.
Deb Muscat will leave her post as development director for Cumbria Community Foundation (CCF) in January to take up a new post as head of marketing and income generation with Hospice at Home West Cumbria.
Andy Beeforth, director of the community foundation, said: “Deb has been a big part of the community foundation team and we will miss her.
“I’m delighted that she is going to work for such a worthwhile local charity.”
Deb paid tribute to her colleagues and friends.
“It is always difficult to leave a successful organisation like the foundation and I will miss the team,” she said.
“I wish to thank them, the trustees and CCF funders that have been so helpful and supportive over the last six years – in particular during the November 2009 Flood Appeal.
“However, I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues and the challenges that of a new job will present.”
First published at 15:02, Wednesday, 05 December 2012
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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