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Volunteering and coronavirus: How you can help

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As the country enters a second lockdown, charities across the country are facing increasing pressures of higher demand with dwindling resources.

This is the text of a letter, sent by NCVO to Baroness Barran, requesting funding for charities in the event of a no-deal EU exit. 

This is the text of two letters, sent to NCVO by the prime minister and the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, in response to Stuart Etherington's requests for clarification around the use of 'adverse publicity' clauses in government contracts. The requests were made in relation to articles published in the Times on 12 October and 6 November 2018.

February 2019

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The National Council for Voluntary Organisations is the largest representative body for voluntary organisations and volunteering in England, with over 14,000 members. NCVO champions voluntary action: our vision is a society where we can all make a difference to the causes that we believe in. Volunteering and a vibrant voluntary sector deserve a strong voice and the best support. NCVO works to provide that support and voice.

NCVO has worked closely with charities over the course of Brexit negotiations, to ensure that issues of importance across the sector are reflected to government, and those discussions inform this briefing.

This is the text of two letters, sent by NCVO to the prime minister and the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, seeking clarification around the use of 'adverse publicity' clauses in government contracts. These letters were sent in response to articles published in the Times on 12 October and 6 November 2018.

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