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Category: Charity

04August

Spotlight on… an Improver

Leanne Hutcheon is a customer service team manager and reigning Miss Charity North East from our Sunderland Office. She joined the company just over two years ago. Find out how Parseq helped the 25-year-old win the prestigious title.   Q1. WHEN DID YOU JOIN PARSEQ? A: I joined Parseq as a sales advisor in May
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02June

Parseq helps kick off Soccer Aid 2016

Leading business services provider, Parseq, is joining a number of companies across the UK providing telephone fundraising support for Soccer Aid 2016. More than 100 employees from Parseq’s Sunderland office at Doxford International Business Park will volunteer their time on Sunday 5th June to receive telephone donations from some of the millions of viewers who
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30March

On your bikes for the Sport Relief Tour de Parseq

To mark the launch of Sport Relief (18th – 20th March) employees at each Parseq office squeezed into their Lycra and hopped onto the saddle for a cycling challenge with a difference. Travelling over 420 miles in total – the distance from our Glasgow, Sunderland, Rotherham, London to Brighton offices – staff managed to raise
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17November

The Rise in Charitable Outsourcing

Craig Smith, divisional managing director of leading multichannel service provider, Parseq, explores how the last twelve months have impacted upon the third sector, its increased need for finance and accounting (F&A) support from outsource providers and just why expertise and cost efficiency aren’t the only factors taken into consideration during the tendering process anymore. It’s
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30June

Parseq in the Press: Why back office processing is giving UK Charities the helping hand they need

In 2010 Charity Market Monitor reported that voluntary income to the UK’s top 500 charities had decreased by £64 million. For the last five years this reduction in donations has been felt across the sector’s estimated 260,000 UK based charities*. Although reports now indicate that charitable giving is once again on the rise, the years
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