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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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...

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: 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.

Shadow Minister for civil society , Gareth Thomas is right when he states its benefits will be too late for many organisations. Voluntary organisations need the benefits now, not in another three years time.

» £150m Community First endowment launches

Charity pots are a major boost to our fundraising efforts

Niki May Young helps to run a small charity. She believes the gift aid small donation scheme is too exclusive to help the majority of charities like hers.

Lance Armstrong, disgraced cycling champion, courtesy Elizabeth Kreutz

With the Jimmy Savile and Lance Armstrong scandals of late, Niki May Young questions whether celebrity endorsements are more trouble than they're worth.

Film of the week: Nick Clegg says sorry - the autotune remix

In a departure from the normal run of Film of the week, Niki May Young appeals to you to bring Nick Clegg's autotuned apology to number 1 in the iTunes charts.

Film of the week: Killer advantage

Knowing what to promote and when is key to garnering support. Niki May Young highlights an example of good timing and inspiration.

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Banking blog: Three charities and their experience of loan finance

29 Jul 2015

Carolyn Sims, head of banking at Charity Bank, shares useful case studies of charities that have taken...

Ten things charities can do to build financial sustainability

22 Jul 2015

A financial review published today warns that the sector faces a £4.6bn shortfall. Michael Birtwistle,...

All charity leaders are responsible for fundraising

14 Jul 2015

The tragic death of Olive Cooke was a defining moment for the sector and everyone involved in running...

Why we became a living wage employer

23 Jul 2015

Two Joseph Rowntree charities jointly became the first care provider to pay staff the living wage, and...

RSPB doesn't do conservation? That's just ill-informed drivel

22 Jul 2015

The minister for civil society has made some welcome statements on charity campaigning, says Andrew Purkis,...

What has economics got to do with perinatal depression?

14 Jul 2015

Andrea Lee explains how, despite not knowing much about the specific issues, she was able to bring her...