PLEASE NOTE: You are no longer able to sign in to ncvo.org.uk

As we prepare to move content to our new website this summer, we're turning off the ability to sign in on ncvo.org.uk and knowhow.ncvo.org.uk. To ensure members can still access everything they need, member content will be available to all users until the end of July. 

Support our work

With over 17,000 and community sector members, NCVO has an extensive reach to people and organisations seeking to achieve social change.  You can support our work in the following ways:

Sponsor our work

We work closely with our partners to raise their profile and brand awareness in the voluntary and community sector, and support their specific Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Community Investment objectives.

Become a corporate member

NCVO’s corporate membership package helps businesses strengthen their relationship with the voluntary and community sector, stay up-to-date with the latest developments in civil society and connect with others involved in community involvement and CSR.

Find out more about becoming a corporate member

Advertise with us

There are a variety of ways you can promote your work through our communication channels, including the NCVO website and our email services. 

Find out more about advertising with us

Leaving a legacy

NCVO was founded on a legacy. A will is an easy way to support your favourite charity.

Find out more about leaving a legacy

Contact us

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and find out more about NCVO's work and ways you could support us. 

Fundraising Regulator

NCVO is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent regulator of charitable fundraising. Established following the 2015 cross-party review of fundraising self-regulation, it works to ensure that charities who raise money from the public do so appropriately. As a charity, NCVO follows the regulator’s Fundraising Code of Practice.

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