Niki May Young

Niki May Young

Niki May Young was employed by Civil Society Media as website editor from March 2010 until July 2013.

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Charity Awards 2013 - What it takes to be a winner

The Charity Awards 2013 ceremony took place on 13 June in recognition of the outstanding work undertaken throughout the sector. We spoke with some of the winners and personalities attending to find out what it takes to be a Charity Awards winner.

I have a question…don't laugh

Niki May Young ponders the importance of being able to ask the silly questions.

A guide to blogging with civilsociety.co.uk

Blogging is no longer the pursuit of the outspoken, shielding behind avatars - it's the realm of the informed professional, and your views are wanted...

Charities must fight beloved Olympians for lottery funding

After Great Britain’s most successful Olympic Games in living memory, what will happen to lottery funding as the dust from last night’s firework display settles? Celina Ribeiro isn’t sure it’ll end up back with charities.

Sadly fraud is a fact of life but is always more shocking when the employee works for a charity. It is essential to ensure proper double entry book keeping, if your staff team is too small for proper division of labour, hire a professional by the hour to scrutinise your control accounts.

» Crimestoppers launches charity fraud whistle-blowing service

'Charity facing closure' - the journalist's quandary

Niki May Young has witnessed a changing sector over the past two years, but today she is faced with a particularly difficult challenge.

Charities must lead the way by investing in good

Ethical investment by some of the top charities has significantly decreased. Niki May Young deplores the drop and calls for the sector to stand as a moral leader. 

We're not ready for a Big Society

The recent case of the Salvation Army vs the 700 Club has highlighted an inherent problem with the Big Society plans, warns Niki May Young.

Another day another dollar?

It's tempting to look to the United States for inspiration, but we're  very different demographics, says Niki May Young.

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Social Charity Spy: Charities’ online response to the Nepal Earthquake

1 May 2015

The Disasters Emergency Committee, ActionAid and Save the Children have been making full use of social...

Technology lessons from down the ages

1 May 2015

Holiday technology frustrations remind John Tate of some important IT rules.

Society Diary: Duck lanes on the towpath and the lamest excuses for late filing

22 May 2015

Our weekly round-up of outlandish and interesting information collected from the corners of the charity...

The voluntary sector needs to fight for the Human Rights Act

21 May 2015

The government’s attempts to repeal the Human Rights Act is not just a problem for civil liberties charities...

The coalition and the charity sector: what were the highs and lows?

7 May 2015

The coalition government draws to a close today, following five years in which it has often had a turbulent...