Commissioning editor, Fundraising magazine, Civil Society Media
Celina is the commissioning editor of Fundraising Magazine and contributor to Civil Society News. 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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Following yesterday’s exposé of the salaries at the 14 aid charities which make up the Disasters Emergency Committee, Celina Ribeiro investigates the charities' accounts and finds a more nuanced story.
The fundraisers have spoken. The annual poll of the fundraising world’s 50 Most Influential people is revealed.
Fewer people are giving to charity and those that do are giving less, resulting in a £2.3bn real terms fall in total donations in the last year, according to the latest barometer of individual philanthropy in the UK.
When the National Lottery first started there was considerable debate on whether it should be used to support the health services, it looks to me as if the public are now voting with their feet and their money.
Mark Astarita, chair of the Institute of Fundraising, last night issued an incendiary challenge to charity sector leaders to get behind fundraising rather than "watching the lions take chunks out of us".
Camelot has announced changes to the National Lottery, doubling ticket prices in the process, in a move which the Health Lottery claims proves the case for more competition in the lottery market.
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.
The British Red Cross has launched a multi-channel legacy advertising campaign, emphasising its work abroad and in the UK, in an effort to encourage baby-boomers to leave a gift in their will.