Posted: August 2016
All We Can, the Methodist Relief and Development Partner organisation has recently welcomed Graeme Hodge as its new Deputy Chief Executive. Graeme joins All We Can with a passion for ending extreme poverty, and believes that we all play an essential role in this ambitious aim. He said, "I am privileged to have joined this work both at this stage in my career and also at this time of growth and development for All We Can. I am part of a team that is prepared to challenge supporters, and those who are yet to engage with our work, to do all we can to live in a way that loves, honours and respects our neighbours and the planet we all share."
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