Tania Mason

Tania Mason

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.

@TaniaMason   tania.mason@civilsociety.co.uk

Is this profile up-to-date? If not, please let us know at whoswho@civilsociety.co.uk

« First | previous | Displaying 1169 to 1176 (of 1747) | next | last »

Campaigners offered free guide on Freedom of Information Act

The NCVO has launched a guide on using the Freedom of Information Act as a campaigning tool.

Mayor Sir Steve Bullock

London’s Voluntary Sector Forum is objecting to proposed changes to the London Boroughs Grants Scheme that could see cuts of up to 80 per cent from the annual £26.4m budget.

Job agency for deaf people blames collapse on Shaw Trust

A Croydon-based recruitment agency that specialises in finding work for deaf people says the Shaw Trust is partly responsible for its liquidation.

Schools' High Court challenge to public benefit guidance transfers to Charity Tribunal

The High Court has transferred the Independent Schools Council’s challenge to the Charity Commission’s interpretation of the law on public benefit, to the Charity Tribunal, to be heard alongside the Attorney-General’s reference on the matter.

He was just so nice - an over used word, but I can only ever see Daniel with a smile on his face. Genuine, wickedly funny, intelligent, oozing with foresight and interest.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

Charity benevolent fund outlines ambitious growth plans

The Charity Employees Benevolent Fund aims to have raised £400,000 by the end of next year and to have spent at least £250,000 helping over 500 families.

Trustees make almost three-quarters of phone calls to Commission

Seventy per cent of telephone calls to the Charity Commission are made by trustees, and around half of these fall into five subject areas.

PCS union enlists sector support to stave off Commission cuts

The PCS union, the biggest union within the Charity Commission workforce, has launched a campaign against the threatened cut to the regulator’s budget, in a bid to reduce job losses among its members.

Druid and Stonehenge

Druidry has become officially recognised as a religion after the Charity Commission finally agreed to grant charitable status to the Druid Network.

« First | previous | Displaying 1169 to 1176 (of 1747) | next | last »