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Changing Faces
Changing FacesSaturday, July 30th, 2016 at 9:00pm
By day, Christine is our Head of Operational Support ... but tomorrow she's cycling 100 miles through London and Surrey to raise money for Changing Faces. Click the link to give her your support!
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Changing FacesFriday, July 29th, 2016 at 11:15pm
Have you had difficulty finding work?

On 12 August, our Head of Advocacy Henrietta Spalding will give evidence to a Parliamentary inquiry on the challenges that people with disfigurements face in getting jobs and what employers should be doing to make sure they recruit the people with best skills. We want your stories to inform our evidence.

Would you be willing for her to share your experiences with us, confidentially? What helped you get on at work or what has held you back?

Please contact Henrietta Spalding in complete confidence. You can call her on 0345 450 0275 or email henrietta.spalding@changingfaces.org.uk, or send us a private message here on Facebook.
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Changing FacesFriday, July 29th, 2016 at 7:00am
In this month's Viewpoint, read Ariel's moving and heartfelt essay on growing up different. Also all the latest news from Changing Faces!
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