Selected journalism


Charity professionals: is consultancy your next career move? (Guardian Voluntary Sector Network, February 2010)

Charities look to Big Lottery Fund as financial black hole looms (Guardian Voluntary Sector Network, February 2010)

Should social enterprises be looking to private businesses for contracts? (Guardian Social Enterprise Network, February 2010)

Grant funding: do social enterprises need it? (Guardian Social Enterprise Network, January 2010)

Bournemouth council is the latest local authority to use local asset-backed vehicle to kick-start renewal (Regeneration & Renewal, September 2010)

More than 30 regeneration organisations in the North-West lose RDA funding (Regeneration & Renewal, August 2010)

Charity magazines: can they ride out the recession? (Third Sector, May 2009)

Interview: Scott Goodstein (Third Sector, April 2009)

Women & Giving: We don’t just sign the cheques (Third Sector, May 2008)

Profile: leading female philanthropists (Third Sector, May 2008)

Community radio: the art of getting a licence (Media Guardian, June 2005)

News and analysis

London Southbank centre rebuffed for listed status (Regeneration & Renewal, September 2010)

Legacy company puts Olympic buildings on market (Regeneration & Renewal, September 2010)

Antisocial behaviour ‘not real police work’, say forces (Regeneration & Renewal, August 2010)

Sherwood Energy Village calls in receivers (Regeneration & Renewal, August 2010)

Coalition axes £8.7m schools volunteering project (Regeneration & Renewal, July 2010)

North-West RDA outlines £52m of cuts (Regeneration & Renewal, July 2010)

Twitter, tweets and twitanthropy: how charities are experimenting with raising funds on the microblogging site (Third Sector, July 2009) what is it and who’s behind it? (Third Sector, June 2009)

The great charity email newsletter debate: are they really a waste of time? (Third Sector, May 2009)


Activism covered: how Greenpeace’s web team told the story of an oil rig shut-down (Because it’s Good, September 2010)

Entering Orange’s volunteering app competition? Look to Samasource first (Because it’s Good, August 2010)

Depaul UK’s iHobo app sets a new standard (Third Sector, May 2010)

Charities should respect scheduling restrictions on their television ads (Third Sector, April 2010)

Because It’s Good is rather good for charities looking for digital media tips (Third Sector, April 2010)

Gravity could make virtual chugging a reality (Third Sector, March 2010)

Digital media: put someone senior in charge (Third Sector, March 2010)

Parkinson’s UK’s online woes show charities are still struggling with digital media (Third Sector, March 2010)

A new youth activism magazine: so crazy it might work (Third Sector, January 2010)

Nude charity calendars: had enough yet? (Third Sector, December 2009)