Coronavirus: Advice for your organisation 

 

Volunteering and coronavirus: How you can help

Financial management

  • The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today launched a call for evidence as part of a review into the voluntary sector’s finances, alongside its partners Charity Finance Group, the Institute of Fundraising, Navca and Small Charities Coalition.

    The call for evidence, which is open to all voluntary organisations, provides the opportunity for respondents to tell their story about the impact of the recession on their organisation and how they have adapted to the changing funding environment.

  • Charities have completed a long journey to recover their finances to pre-2008 levels, new data released by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) shows.

  • Commenting on the PAC report on Kids Company, Karl Wilding, director of public policy at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, said:

    This report will make extremely frustrating reading for the thousands of charities who have to submit highly detailed plans in order to have a hope of funding, and who work very hard to produce honest and accurate assessments of the difference they make.

  • NCVO is predicting better than expected year-end financial results for 2020-21 and has today announced a new leadership team who will work with interim CEO Sarah Vibert and the board of trustees.

  • Ahead of its Annual General Meeting on 22 November, NCVO today publishes its annual report and financial accounts for the year ending 31 March 2021. The accounts show that the largest membership organisation for charities and voluntary organisations in England finished the financial year 202021 with a small surplus of £84,000 before investment gains  a result that is much better than expected. The organisation had, in the initial period of Covid-19 restrictions in early 2020, forecast a £1.3m deficit for 202021.

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