Vibeka Mair

Vibeka Mair

Vibeka was a reporter and then news editor for Civil Society Media from 2008 to 2014.


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Charity Finance Summit: the economic outlook is upbeat for charity investors

12 Oct 2015

Growth is the norm, not the exception, and charity investors bet against it at their peril, delegates...

A new approach to setting investment strategy?

5 Oct 2015

James Brooke Turner invites readers to think creatively about the links between income-generating assets,...

When the music stopped at Kids Company

2 Oct 2015

Kirsty Weakley examines Kids Company’s annual accounts to identify clues about what led to its downfall.

Alana Tubasei, Sense: 'What we are looking for is a major step-change'

13 Oct 2015

Despite having a global income of £82m, Sense UK and Sense International is continuing to set aspirational...

Why the personal touch can be profitable in corporate partnerships

12 Oct 2015

Breast Cancer Care’s 18-year partnership with BHS raised more in the last 12 months than in the previous...

How Sightsavers 'Million Miracles' campaign achieved the organisation's best ever results

8 Oct 2015

Sightsavers has an ambitious growth target, and that means ambitious fundraising campaigns. Its Million...

How a housing charity turned a major setback into an opportunity

14 Sep 2015

Valerie Owen, OBE, chair of Swan Housing Association’s board, describes how seeing a governance problem...

Case study: Grievance against trustees

1 Sep 2015

A chief executive and employment lawyer offer advice on what to do when allegations of bullying heighten...

When is a charity merger a step too far, too fast?

1 Sep 2015

Rushing towards a merger without following the proper procedures leads one charity into a bigger commitment...