NEWS: Fiona Morris has been presented with a Pro Merito Award by The Printing Charity for her dedication to the organisation, which she has served as trustee since 2004. Also a member of The Printing Charity's Investment Committee and previously its deputy chairman, Morris was responsible for the Knowledge Transfer Partnership with the Cass Business School at City University.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has made a one-off cold weather payment of £75 to nearly 300 people that it helps regularly.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has launched its 2013 calendar at an event in London, featuring industry figures posing as characters from Dickens and Shakespeare.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced that Lord Black of Brentwood, the executive director of Telegraph Media Group, will take over as the organisation's president in January 2013.
NEWS: Print industry workers affected by heavy flooding in Yorkshire and Northumberland are being offered a £250 grant by The Printing Charity.
NEWS: Rory Bremner has been announced as the guest speaker at The Printing Charity's 185th Annual Luncheon, which will take place at the Stationers' Hall on November 8th.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced two new initiatives aimed at helping more people in the printing, graphic arts and publishing industries.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has donated £15,000 to a pilot project in Yorkshire run by the Prince's Trust, which is helping young unemployed people find jobs.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has elected Alan Thorburn, HR director at Trinity Mirror Printing, as a trustee.
NEWS: People currently receiving payments from The Printing Charity's Regular Financial Assistance scheme will receive a ten percent rise in funds, as the organisation responds to the rising cost of living.
NEWS: Murdoch MacLennan, chief executive of the Telegraph Media Group, has been appointed president of The Printing Charity for 2012.
NEWS: The Printing Charity held its 184th Annual Luncheon in Stationers' Hall, London, at which guest speaker Alan Samson of publisher Weidenfeld and Nicolson spoke on 'The Printed Word'.
NEWS: The Printing Charity launched its fundraising 2012 calendar at the RKB Gallery in London recently, with the theme of 'industry people as you've never seen them'.
NEWS: The Printing Charity will take part in the British Association for Print and Communication's (BAPC) annual conference for the first time.
NEWS: The Annual Luncheon of The Printing Charity, which is now in its 184th year, is to feature Alan Samson of UK publisher Weidenfeld and Nicolson as its guest speaker.
NEWS: The Printing Charity – which supports people in the printing industry and associated sectors – has elected Bill Offer as its chairman for a second term.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced it will make its debut as a Northprint exhibitor this May, where it plans to continue building on the Links part of its four-sided approach to assisting people in the printing and graphic display industries and related sectors.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has reminded the printing and graphic production industries of the support it offers to those in need.
NEWS: A 2011 calendar has been produced by Darrin Stevens, founder of Picfree.co.uk, to raise money for The Printing Charity.
NEWS: The Printing Charity's 183rd Annual Luncheon, held at Stationers' Hall in London earlier this month, was attended by nearly 200 'leading figures' in the UK's printing and publishing sectors, the charity has announced.
NEWS: The Printing Charity is encouraging members of the print and display industry to sponsor a pair of drivers taking part in an international car rally in aid of the organisation.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced its fundraising efforts have been boosted thanks to a £500 donation from Legal and General.
NEWS: The Printing Charity, Unite the Union and the British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) have issued a call for entries for this year's Print Futures Awards.
NEWS: Eleven print-related charities have joined forces to help them publicise their services and 'ensure they remain relevant'.
NEWS: The winners of the 2012 Print Futures Awards were unveiled at the All-Party Parlimentary Print Group event at the House of Lords on July 11th.
NEWS: Entries are now being accepted for the Print Futures Awards 2012. The scheme is open to people aged between 16 and 30 who work in the graphic arts, printing and publishing industries.
NEWS: The winners of the annual Print Futures awards were announced at a ceremony last week.
FEATURE: The spring trade show season is in full swing. At such shows it's easy to concentrate on the exhibitors rather than the associations that go all out to manage or support them.
NEWS: The Print Futures Awards are now open for entries, it has been announced.