“This new role is a perfect way to harness the energy and expertise of those in the industry who are keen to get involved with the charity, while growing a band of loyal supporters who can continue to help FTCT grow,” explains Anna Pangbourne, FTCT director. “Our first ambassadors will be sharing their skills in PR and business development, while introducing FTCT to new executive contacts.”
The ambassadors will work alongside FTCT’s board of trustees, whose members include David Carter-Johnson (chairman) and David Shepherd (Arcadia).
The Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust (FTCT) is a charity, founded in 1853, to support disadvantaged children, whose parents work in the UK fashion and textile industry. Through its grants programme, FTCT provides support for all aspects of a child’s well-being, including sickness, disability, bereavement and issues arising from financial hardship.
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