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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The Institute of Fundraising has begun to work more closely with philanthropists and called for 'more and better asking' by fundraisers.
Three charity CEOs are looking to raise £10,000 each for their respective organisations by taking part in their own Olympic Challenge.
Beating Bowel Cancer has launched a new DRTV advertising campaign with the aim of doubling its regular donors over a four week period.
International development charity the BBC World Service Trust has rebranded and changed its name to BBC Media Action.
The fundamental reason that Payroll Giving has not reached it's expected results is as old as the hills and this is because Employers are reluctant to allow individual charities into the workplace to promote their cause.
A local consortium has intervened to prevent the closure of five Glasgow Citizens Advice bureaux at the end of March, resulting from a failed local authority tender bid.
Action for Children has been selected as Network Rail’s new charity of choice for the next two years.
London’s three major mayoral candidates have pledged to give 10 per cent of their estates to charity as part of a campaign to boost high net worth legacy giving.