Operation Noah is a Christian charity working with the Church to inspire action on the climate crisis

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This Lent, Partner with Operation Noah to Take Meaningful Action on the Climate Crisis

14 February 2024

This Lent, the staff and trustees at Operation Noah are inviting you to consider two brilliant ways to take meaningful action on the climate crisis. From joining our 10-day ‘No Faith in Fossil Fuels’ Prayer Vigil for climate justice outside the Houses of Parliament to pledging to switch to an ethical bank as part of our Big Bank Switch campaign, we’re inviting you to make this Lent a time of prayer, repentance and hope.

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January 2024 Newsletter

31 January 2024

January has been full of exciting changes at Operation Noah, such as welcoming our new Bright Now Campaign Director Clare Fussell! We’re also recruiting a Fundraising Officer and are looking for *four* new trustees. It’s all in this month’s newsletter, along with the latest environmental news, campaigning opportunities and more.

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Clare Fussell Appointed Bright Now Campaign Director; Reflects on Joining Operation Noah

30 January 2024

In January, Clare Fussell was appointed as our new Bright Now Campaign Director. Having previously led The Climate Coalition, managed Christian Aid’s Campaign Team and served as Environmental Adviser for the Diocese of Bristol, Clare has an impressive campaigning background, and we’re excited to have her leading our team. Here, Clare reflects on joining Operation Noah.

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Job Opportunity: Fundraising Officer Deadline Extended to 11 February 2024

17 January 2024

Operation Noah is hiring a self-employed Fundraising Officer for 14 hours a week. The application deadline has now been extended to Sunday 11 February 2024, 11.59pm. The contract period will be for an initial 6 months which could be extended with further funding. We are looking for an experienced and motivated person to work alongside our Campaign Director to ensure further funding for the Bright Now campaign.

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By Stuart Magog