Friday September 25, 2020

Hall says he wants to help troubled animal charity reach its ‘potential’

David Hall, who was appointed interim chief executive at scandal-hit suicide bereavement charity Console prior to its closure, said he believes AHAR will have a bright future

14th October, 2018

David Hall has said he is not the “grim reaper” following his appointment as chair of Kerry charity Animal Heaven Animal Rescue (AHAR).

Hall, who was appointed interim chief executive at scandal-hit suicide bereavement charity Console prior to its closure, said he believes AHAR will have a bright future.

“From my perspective, it is important that when I’m involved in assisting and helping charities that the perception is not that I’m the grim...

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