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.

Charities Online: a postcode lottery?

After a briefing by HMRC on Charities Online yesterday, Niki May Young finds herself questioning the efficacy of the new requirement of postcodes for all gift aid claims.

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...

Can Nick Hurd really take this role on as well as everything else he has to do as Civil Society minister? Youth unemployment, homelessness and political disengagement are at the top of the youth policy in-tray. So there's a challenge for Nick.

» Nick Hurd leads government on youth policy

Christmas campaigns 2012

Christmas is a busy time of year for everyone, especially charities trying to capitalise on all that festive goodwill and generosity. Niki May Young takes a look at some of the best Christmas campaigns this year.


Film of the week: Action for Children Christmas Appeal 2012

The Christmas countdown has begun! And we're all thinking of what presents to buy, where to get the turkey and how to fit 15 relatives around the dining table. Well, not all of us...

Anish Kapoor during the Gangnam for Freedom video

What better reason to adopt the latest YouTube fad than a show of support for a wronged peer? We can't find one, and we doubt you can either. Feast your eyes on Anish Kapoor and friends doing it 'Gangnam-style' for fellow artist Ai Weiwei.

Film of the week: World Zombie Day London 2012

This rough and ready event showcase will have you running for the hills, or dying to take part next year.

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The long and unhappy saga of the Local Sustainability Fund

29 Jun 2015

Last week the government announced a £20m pot of funding for charities. This sounds like good news, says...

Government can't ask charities to compete for contracts while savaging council spending

15 Jun 2015

The government cannot tell charities they must compete for contracts in a market while slashing the spending...

'Northern Powerhouse'? Almost as clearly defined as the big society

4 Jun 2015

Ian Allsop talks tomatoes and why charities should look north for income growth opportunities under the...

Society is changing in ways that have specific consequences for volunteering

22 Jun 2015

Gillian Guy, chief executive of Citizens Advice, explains why charities need to respond to changes in...

Society Diary: Miley Cyrus takes off her clothes, cuddles a pig and talks about charity

12 Jun 2015

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

Is it time for charities to fight back on chief executive pay?

10 Jun 2015

The charity sector has suffered in silence through repeated attacks on its leaders over their pay, but...