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Lucie Vales's CV

Lucie Vales, the author of Ad Infinitum, is has recently moved to London and is looking to get into research. She comes highly recommended by us and you can find her CV in the top right hand corner of this page.

Half of MPs and a third of charity workers against £100k salaries in charities

4 in 5 Conservatives happy for charities to provide frontline servicesHalf of MPs (47%) think it is ‘unacceptable’ for charities to pay some staff over £100k a year, while a third (35%) are in favourA survey of 480 charity staff showed 38% of them were also against it, with 47% in favour13% of MPs are happy with charities paying staff over £200k a year, with three quarters opposed (77%).

man at crossroads

The General Selection; how do donors choose their charities?

Having recently completed my masters’ dissertation – exploring the processes parents go through in choosing state primary schools for their children – the concept of choice has been on my mind, not only in relation to this subject but for the charity sector too.

Volunteering returns to 10 year high, says new report

Young most likely age group to volunteer and men overtake womenVolunteering is at the joint highest level for ten years with over a quarter of the British public (26%) having given time in the last three months (chart 1)Volunteering by men at 10 year high as they overtake women (chart 2)Volunteering by 16-24 years at 10 year high and at twice level of a decade ago (chart 3)The young are still the most likely age group to volunteer, having consistently reported the highest volunteering levels of any age group on average over