Niki May Young
Niki May Young was employed by Civil Society Media as website editor of civilsociety.co.uk from March 2010 until July 2013. She no longer works in the sector.
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The RSPCA used Lego to spread the message of responsible business at its latest Good Business Awards ceremony earlier this month, showing an animated film of the ever-popular self-build bricks.
The Football League has launched a call for bids to become its charity partner for the 2012/13 season.
Novas Scarman Group, a social improvement organisation working to support individuals with issues including homelessness, domestic abuse and offending, relaunches as People Can today, following a £3m funding cut across its services.
The director of an East London homelessness charity which has undertaken a social return on investment study which demonstrated a £5m annual saving to the British government, claims that the sector has been “hijacked by government consultants who are telling us we need this sort of thing”.
Can Nick Hurd really take this role on as well as everything else he has to do as Civil Society minister? Youth unemployment, homelessness and political disengagement are at the top of the youth policy in-tray. So there's a challenge for Nick.
ITV talent show X Factor has announced it will release a cover of the Rose Royce classic 'Wishing on a star' to raise money for ACT & Childrens Hospices UK, the charity formed after a merger last week to create a "single voice for children's palliative care".
Institute of Fundraising members have elected for the body to focus on educating young people about donating, despite statistics released today which show the highest-ever youth unemployment figures.
There's been highs, there's been lows, but increasingly, the Big Society is receiving negative coverage, and there's even hints that the Conservatives are giving up on David Cameron's flagship programme. civilsociety.co.uk takes you through the Big Society story so far, and invites you to share your thoughts...
Two Cambridge graduates clawing their way back from student debt by selling their faces as advertising space over the next year, have pledged to donate the proceeds from the sale of their organic canvasses on Christmas Day to charity.