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  • Charity finance for non-financial managers

    This course will provide you with increased confidence and greater ability to review and assess your organisation's financial health. We will look at basic financial tools to help you to monitor...

  • Charity project management masterclass - June 2018

    Are you confident in your general project management skills but looking to strengthen your expertise in delivering successful projects? This intensive one-day course moves beyond the ‘basics’ and...

  • NCVO/BWB Trustee Conference 2017 keynote speakers

    director of the Institute of Business Ethics. He also serves as a member of the corporategovernance advisory board of Norges Bank Investment Management, as well as on the board of the Hawkamah...

  • About us

    projects within NCVO, including Age Concern, Citizens Advice Bureau and Community Matters. Our governance NCVO is governed by a 12-person trustee board and our 50-strong Members' Assembly,which...

  • Annual return - joint letter by the NCVO, ACF and CFG

    This is the text of a joint letter written by the NCVO, Association of Charitable Foundatios (ACF) and Charity Finance Group (CFG) to the Charity Commission in March 2017. It sets out the...

  • NAO follow-up report on the Charity Commission: NCVO response

    We are particularly keen to see the Commission return to a more conventional division between governance and executive. We look forward to seeing the results of the governance audit being carried...

  • Volunteering – what to do if things go wrong

    by legislation covering health and safety law and data protection. Concern relating to the governance of the organisation, health and safety, data protection or harassment, can be referred to...

  • NCVO responds to Charity Commission research on public trust and confidence

    Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations said: Charities have listened to public concerns – and have taken concerted action to ensure that members...

  • The charity sector and funding

    This briefing examines the diversity of voluntary sector income, as well as looking at giving, the sector’s spending, and the effects of the cuts.

  • Charities subdued by financial climate, NCVO Almanac data shows

    New data released today shows the powerful effect that high inflation had on charity sector finances in recent years. The UK Civil Society Almanac 2013, published by NCVO, examines charities’...

  • Recommendations on Charity Regulation - NCVO Response

    Commenting on the government’s response to reports by Lord Hodgson and the Public Accounts Select Committee on charity regulation, Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of the National Council...

  • NCVO statement on probation reforms

    Commenting on today’s announcement by the Ministry of Justice on the providers of rehabilitation services across England and Wales, Sir Stuart Etherington said: “Specialist charities, many...

  • NCVO comment on the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement

    Charlotte Ravenscroft, head of policy and research at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, said: ‘Many charities fear the new welfare cap will drive the government to make spending...

  • What we believe about participation

    Free association Voluntary organisations promote associational life, creating opportunities for people to come together for a variety of purposes or activities. People join voluntary organisations...

  • Campaigning and lobbying

    NCVO believe that campaigning is critical, not optional, to a healthy civil and democratic society. We have plenty of experience and expertise in campaigning and influencing policy across civil...

  • Independence and values

    Voluntary organisations exist because people with shared values come together to achieve something independently of state and markets. These shared values include: a belief in collective action...

  • Collaboration

    Collaborative working covers a spectrum of ways that two or more organisations can work together, from informal networks and alliances through joint delivery of projects to full merger. Information...

  • Rehabilitation reform must not repeat mistakes of Work Programme

    Ben Kernighan, deputy chief executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, said: "The government recognises the benefits that could come from involving charities in rehabilitation...

  • Equality Impact Assessments - NCVO comment

    Commenting on the Prime Minister’s speech to the CBI, Ben Kernighan, deputy chief executive of NCVO, said: "Equality Impact Assessments were valued by many in the sector as a safeguard against...

  • 'Something has got to give' for hard-pushed charities, warns leading charity body

    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.


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