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We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the ‘Grantmaking and Funding’ accolade in The Charity Awards 2017 for our Time to Shine Programme. The Time to Shine programme has been amended and refined over the last seven years in line with feedback from the two main beneficiary groups, the charities and the interns. To

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The Rank Foundation is seeking a highly skilled accountant who is motivated by the objectives of the foundation with an interest in engaged philanthropy.  A competitive salary of between £55k to £65k will be on offer for the right candidate. Candidate requirements: Qualified chartered accountant from a recognised body (ACA, ACCA or CIMA). Experience of

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The Rank Foundation is seeking an outstanding candidate with a passion for communications, philanthropy and the social sector for the role of Client Engagement Intern, working to formalise our networks, and improve communication with beneficiaries and alumni. This full time, one year internship is part of the Rank Foundation “Time to Shine” Programme, which enables

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The Rank Foundation only accepts applications for a small percentage of its grant making. The Pebble grants (formerly known as “small appeals”) equates to under 5% of the money that the Foundation spends on charitable activities. This can seem surprising to some who are keen to let the Foundation know of its work, particularly when

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At their last meeting, the board of The Rank Foundation approved ten new major grants, of whom 6 are new partners for the Rank Foundation. These include The Adolescent and Children’s Trust (TACT) and Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity. We are looking forward to working with them, and introducing them to the rest of the Rank

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