Celina Ribeiro

Celina Ribeiro

Editor, Fundraising magazine, Civil Society

Celina is the editor of Fundraising magazine and daily contributor to CivilSociety.co.uk. She has been at the publication since June 2008.

Previously Celina worked as a freelance feature writer for newspapers and magazines in Australia and the UK, working for publications including the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and the New Statesman. Celina was also a Ken and Yasuko Myer Fellow in 2004, which saw her intern at Manilla-based newspaper, the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

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Good company: corporate partnerships in 2012

Reports of the death of corporate philanthropy may be exaggerated, but if the 2012 Corporate Partnerships Survey is anything to go by there are clear changes. Celina Ribeiro pulls out some of the annual survey’s main findings.

Fundraising's 50 Most Influential poll 2012: full results

Who are 50 the most influential people in fundraising? Wonder no more! Here we reveal the results of Fundraising magazine's 2012 Most Influential poll - complete with gurus, newbies, politicians and practitioners.

Corporate Partnerships Survey 2011

Celina Ribeiro unpicks the trends in the Corporate Partnerships Survey 2011.

Fundraising's 50 Most Influential 2011

There are more new names, more women and a hell of a lot of social media stars. Why, then, does this year’s Fundraising 50 Most Influential feel so familiar? Celina Ribeiro reports.

You won't attract many male volunteers as long as you have that "W" at the beginning of your name. Change your name, drop the word women and use the promotion of your new name and image to attract men to your organisation.

» WRVS launches manhunt for male volunteers

Is face-to-face as controversial as we think?

Face-to-face is in your face. But is it the controversial issue that many believe it is, and does the sector stand up for it enough? Celina Ribeiro looks at exclusive research about public perception and how the sector responds.

Corporate partnerships

The Corporate Partnerships Survey 2010 brings together the corporate partnership experiences of nearly 150 charities looking at the whole process from pitching to measuring success through managing partnerships. Foreword by Celina Ribeiro.

Corporate partnerships

Demanding, complicated, but worth it in the end? Fundraising’s 2010 Corporate Partnerships Survey, briefly outlined here by Celina Ribeiro, has brought together the corporate partnership experiences of nearly 150 charities of all shapes and sizes to see what happens when charities get into bed with corporates.

Top trends from the Charity Shops Survey 2010

The world looks like a happy place for charity shops, as the Charity Finance Charity Shops Survey 2010 shows income up, profits rising and optimism for growth. Celina Ribeiro and Diane Sim take a look at the top trends.

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Moira Sinclair: The Paul Hamlyn Foundation needs to stay relevant

22 Jun 2015

Today the Paul Hamlyn Foundation unveiled its new strategy. Its chief executive, Moira Sinclair, tells...

The accidental aid-worker

19 Jun 2015

Barbara Frost, chief executive of WaterAid for the last ten years, was honoured with the first-ever eponymously...

Will the FRSB's recommendations damage fundraising?

10 Jun 2015

Yesterday the FRSB produced a report calling for stringent new restrictions on fundraisers, which will...

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