Reporter, Civil Society from July 2011
Adam has worked for Civil Society Media since summer 2011 having moved to London in July after a spell away travelling. Adam has progressed through the organisation after initially being employed within the subscriptions department. He now combines this responsibility with research and reporting.
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Nacro has reclaimed its crown from Citizens Advice as the most gay-friendly charity to work for.
Cabinet secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood has proposed a kitemark to vouch for the effectiveness of social policy schemes.
Paypal has come under fire for freezing the account used to collect sales proceeds from a book filled with celebrity reminiscences about Dr Who, of which all profits are to be donated to Alzheimer’s Research UK.
To make Payroll Giving mandatory for employers is totally the opposite of what our sector stands for; choice, aspiration, inspiration and voluntary. Slightly at odds with one of the key strands of the current proposals isn't it?
eBay’s charitable partner Missionfish UK has selected eight charities to receive grants totalling £73,398 to help develop their online sales.
The Caledonian Challenge event will issue golden bonds, charging charities to participate for the first time in its 16-year history.
The Institute of Fundraising has begun to work more closely with philanthropists and called for 'more and better asking' by fundraisers.
After 100,000 fake charity clothing collection bags bearing the charity name Cancer Relief UK were seized in Dover, the area manager for trading standards has said bogus charity collections are a "booming industry".