Diversity Project charity on track to fill £1m funding gap left by Presidents Club

£500,000 raised so far

Jayna Rana
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Dame Helena Morrissey set up the Diversity Project Charity earlier this year
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Dame Helena Morrissey set up the Diversity Project Charity earlier this year

The Diversity Project Charity, which was set up by Dame Helena Morrissey after the Presidents Club scandal earlier this year, has said it is on course to raise £1m this year, filling the funding gap the club left after a number of charities pledged to return donations raised for them.

The charity was established to focus on raising money from the financial services industry to show it was not as seedy as the Presidents Club, which closed after an investigation revealed women working...

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