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  1. Chief Fundraiser

    Now that our Appeal Night is almost two weeks past, we’re indulging in a lovely bit of nostalgia and reminiscing on the highlights of our 2013 Appeal. It goes without saying, of course, that our favourite part of all our Appeals is seeing all the wonderful things our amazing fundraisers get up to, and that’s certainly been truer than ever this year.

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  2. Chief Fundraiser

    The weather may have taken a turn for the worse lately, the days may be getting shorter, and there might be the early hints of a wintery chill in the air, but we've got just the thing to warm you up – a BBC Children in Need #songanddance, courtesy of a couple of fundraising heroes who are really harnessing the power of music for some show-stopping fundraising this year!

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  3. Chief Fundraiser

    Lately we’ve been all over the UK over searching for fundraising heroes, and we’re reaching our final few stops. This week were visiting the North East, and with our 2013 campaign well under way things are getting busier and busier! As usual we’ve seen some very exciting fundraising from the very heroic Great British public, and we’ve chosen a few stories to share with you.

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  4. BBC Children in Need Editorial

    This week is Carers Week and BBC Children in Need is proud to be funding 104 projects across the UK that support young carers.

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  5. Digital Content Producer

    Want to take part in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for "Most players to play in a continuous 5-a-side football exhibition match"? Then sign up to take part in 5-live-a-side, all in aid of BBC Children in Need.

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  6. Digital Content Producer

    Red Dreams, a BBC Children in Need-funded project that helps young people from deprived areas of the North East, is staging Hartlepool's "Bandstand Marathon", part of the final event of the London 2012 Festival.

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  7. Digital Marketing Exec

    Radio Lollipop launched new studio, supported by a BBC Children in Need grant.

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