Press releases

Ten charities from across England will be competing to engage their communities and supporters in a new form of fundraising. The Crowdfunding Challenge, which runs until November this year, pits ten very different organisations against each other to learn, experiment and raise money from crowdfunding.

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has commented today on the CBI’s Open Access report.

A free service which signposts charities to funding and finance opportunities has had its contract extended for a further 18 months.

The National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) and NCVO have teamed up for a new £6 million initiative. The Assist programme will help voluntary sector support and development organisations adapt to the changing needs of the frontline.

With the support of the UK Government's Arab Partnership Fund, the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today launched ‘Building Bridges’ project to strengthen civil society in North Africa.

Charities are battling with an increased demand for their services despite being hit by multiple financial pressures, according to a new survey of charity leaders.

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today welcomed a report which suggests that the public benefit requirement is viewed by those involved with the charity sector as an opportunity to develop and maintain public confidence in charities.

Volunteering England and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations are commencing formal discussions with a view to merging.

An independent report today illustrates how volunteers contribute millions of pounds worth of hidden time, commitment and energy to the charity sector every year.

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today responded to Christopher Snowdon’s report Sock Puppets: How the government lobbies itself and why. The report, which has been published today, suggests that charities in receipt of government funding should not be allowed to lobby and often do not have widespread public support.

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