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Humankind and Blenheim CDP announce intention to merge

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Today it was announced that two of Collective Voice’s member organisations, Humankind and Blenheim CDP, are intending to merge, effective April 2019. The new organisation will be named Humankind, although existing Blenheim CDP services will keep their name and branding. It will employ over 1,100 staff.

This exciting new development will bring together the organisations’ services in London and the north of England and expand the influence of the new organisation to address health and social inequalities for people of all ages.

Please follow Humankind and Blenheim CDP on Twitter for further news.

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