Tania Mason is group editor at Civil Society Media.
She has been a journalist for 20-odd years and has specialised in the charity sector since 2003. Her experience has included stints on Third Sector, Marketing and PrintWeek magazines as well as agency work involving court reporting and occasional doorstepping of celebs for the tabloids. She started her career with five years on a daily newspaper in New Zealand before moving to London in 1993.
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Friends of the Earth has won its battle to force the government to hand over documents detailing meetings it has held with the UK's most powerful business lobby group.
A new website, mentoring, employer-supported volunteering and bursaries to help frontline groups access specialist services are all central to the government’s new vision of how best to support civil society groups to build the Big Society.
Tania Mason can't get too excited about the brave new world of sector support being proposed by the coalition government. It all sounds too familiar.
Guide Dogs has increased its reserves again following its deliberate move to slash them in recent years, while also growing its fundraising income by 10 per cent and accruing savings from the closure of its final salary pension scheme to new members.
The “formalised systems of volunteer management” has been driven by legislation, safeguarding vulnerable adults and health and safety as well as leading umbrella organisation like the NCVO.
The Charity Commission has agreed to extend chief executive Sam Younger’s employment contract for a further year to the end of August 2014.
Unison has criticised the Salvation Army’s plans to bring in regional pay for its homelessness hostels staff in the West Midlands, claiming the model is unfair and will put many employees at risk of losing their own homes.
A sharp increase in the volume of work carried out for the NHS helped Nuffield Health, the UK’s highest-earning charity, to an income boost of 12 per cent during 2012, taking its total revenues to £645m.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has opened a live and interactive public consultation to generate ideas to help it shape its next strategic plan.