Niki May Young
Website editor, civilsociety.co.uk
Niki is website editor at Civil Society Media. A seasoned journalist she has specialised in online content since 2007. Before joining Civil Society Media Niki was news editor for the world's largest architecture news website, World Architecture News, where she was instrumental in increasing subscribers from 115,000 to 135,000 during her editorship.
She has gained experience with the BBC, Sky News and independent production company SilverfishTV, where she assisted the production of political, charitable and union films. Her freelance writing has spanned a range of printed publications and online media.
She is also charity member and former trustee of Pass It On Africa, a charity which aims to provide education to children and young people across the continent.
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Liverpool's first marathon, supporting four official charities, has attracted upwards of 9,000 runners ahead of the event on 9 October.
The chief executive of the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations has released a damning appraisal of the UK government's treatment of the voluntary sector in the context of its response to last week's riots.
Results of the first Annual Local Compact Survey by Compact Voice show that 88 per cent of local areas believe “the Compact is important and that effort needs to be made to implement it in full”.
Save the Children's 'No Child Born to Die' will be the first charity campaign to benefit from the government's UK Aid Match scheme for public donations, announced at the end of June.
Few charities start claiming gift aid as soon as they are founded. To get 3 unblemished years, a charity has to have been going for at least 4 years, so why not make it easier all round and say that GASDS is available only to charities that have been running for 5 years and have not been convicted/penalised for fraud ?
Shelter and mortgage provider Legal & General have expanded their fundraising partnership by launching Brokering Change, a scheme which asks brokers to donate a small fee every time they complete a procurement.
Scottish and Northern Irish umbrella bodies say figures in the NCVO's Counting the Cuts paper released yesterday have underestimated the level of cuts to the voluntary sector outside of England.
The BBC's decision to close its Wildlife Fund as part of cost-cutting measures announced last week has been condemned by a 44-strong troop of conservation leaders.
Save the Children has been chosen as the first ever global charity partner to premiership football team Arsenal, with no fixed term for the collaboration.