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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High Court winds up rate relief tax avoidance charity

A charity which earlier this year lost a court case after being accused of avoiding tax by claiming business rates relief, has been ordered to wind up by the High Court.

Quality volunteering helps refugees exit forced labour, study finds

Refugees and asylum seekers who have experienced forced or exploitative labour have found volunteering “invaluable” in exiting these circumstances, a study has found.

Justin Davis Smith, NCVO's executive director of volunteering and development

Infrastructure bodies will increasingly struggle to generate funding from private and public sectors if they do not improve their ability to sell themselves, NCVO’s volunteering executive director Justin Davis Smith told Big Assist conference attendees yesterday.

Sajid Javid, Economic Secretary to the Treasury

A consultation for “radical” reform of gift aid rules has been launched today by the Treasury.

Sadly fraud is a fact of life but is always more shocking when the employee works for a charity. It is essential to ensure proper double entry book keeping, if your staff team is too small for proper division of labour, hire a professional by the hour to scrutinise your control accounts.

» Crimestoppers launches charity fraud whistle-blowing service

Nick Hurd, minister for civil society with National Citizen Service participants

Responsibility for youth policy and strategy has been shifted from the Department for Education to the Cabinet Office and is led by Nick Hurd from today.

Harris Polak was sentenced to 45 months in prison for defrauding charities

A man who defrauded the public of over £200,000 in the name of three small charities has been jailed for 45 months by Liverpool Crown Court.

Spending review: £80m pledged to launch new heritage charity

The government committed £80m to set up a new charity to care for historic properties in the National Heritage Collection in the 2015/16 spending round announced today.

Peta smoking baby ad is banned

Animal welfare charity People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has been told not to repeat the use of a poster showing a baby smoking a cigar and linking eating meat to cancer.

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