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  • Charity tax commission publishes terms of reference

    The commission undertaking a full review of how the tax system works for charities has published its terms of reference , it was announced today. The Charity Tax Commission will examine the...

  • Volunteers' Week 2017: nation tells volunteers 'you make the difference'

    Events are being planned across the country to mark Volunteers' Week 2017, taking place 1-7 June . The annual campaign sees charities and voluntary groups get together to recognise the contribution...

  • Volunteering programme creates employability boost for hard-to-help

    A volunteering programme run by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations has displayed ‘an impressive capacity’ to help unemployed people into paid work, according to an independent...

  • What is organised immigration crime?

    The UK Government is aware that organised immigration crime exists in migrant camps, with people smugglers using them as recruiting grounds. You may not directly encounter organised immigration...

  • Campaigning peer Baroness Pitkeathley proposed as NCVO president

    NCVO’s board has announced that it has proposed the Baroness Pitkeathley of Caversham OBE as its choice to become the membership organisation’s next president. Lady (Jill) Pitkeathley has had a...

  • NCVO Campaigning Conference 2017 workshops

    Workshops 1 – 10.25–11.40 Influencing Brexit 1: Taking back control? Shaping the law post-Brexit Laws safeguard rights and protect the vulnerable – from refugees to endangered species. Yet these...

  • Appointment of Helen Stephenson – NCVO comment

    NCVO has welcomed the appointment of Helen Stephenson as chief executive of the Charity Commission . Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations,...

  • General election 2017

    board level. This is because registration is likely to involve work in terms of your charity’s governance, activity planning, record keeping and reporting. These are factors trustees will need to...

  • Peter Kellner set to be new chair of NCVO

    The renowned journalist and political commentator Peter Kellner is set to become the new chair of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, the representative body for charities, community...

  • NCVO: Opening up public services to smaller charities will lead to better outcomes

    Commenting on today's announcement by the minister for civil society of a package of measures to help tackle the challenge of getting small charities into the public services supply chain , Sir...

  • NCVO Response to the Charity Commission's consultation - annual return for 2017 - information collected from charities

    This is the text of the NCVO's response to the Charity Commission consultation on the 2017 annual return. Download the NCVO's letter to the Charity Commission (PDF, 434 KB) About NCVO NCVO...

  • Why do charities deliver public services?

    This is one of seven fact sheets in a series about reporting on charity issues . It provides context for accurate reporting and details of where to get more information. Other topics in the series...

  • Role of the Charity Commission

    This briefing looks at how the Charity Commission regulates the sector. Download this briefing as a PDF (50KB) The Charity Commission regulates and registers charities in England and Wales. It...

  • Charity law and regulation

    on charities’ report , which considers issues related to sustaining the charity sector and governance challenges, (see Stronger charities for a stronger society (pdf, 1.7MB ) or Karl’s overview )....

  • Sponsor our work

    This section covers NCVO sponsorship opportunities including tailored communications packages, sponsorship of an event, and sponsorship of a publication. NCVO sponsorship opportunities Our sponsors...

  • What research tells us about independence and values

    Voluntary organisations are the third most trusted group in society according to the Charity Commission’s surveys (2008,2010, 2012,2014), perhaps because of their values and independence. This is a...

  • HR

    The voluntary sector employs over 800,000 people. NCVO aims to strengthen and support voluntary and community organisations and one of the ways it does this is by helping organisations become...

  • Volunteering

    We are committed to supporting, enabling and celebrating volunteering in all its diversity. Volunteering is someone spending time, unpaid, doing something that aims to benefit the environment or...

  • Studyzone - online training from NCVO

    give you expert guidance on all areas of voluntary sector management, including fundraising, governance, social media, strategy, volunteering and bid writing. Some of our latest courses Leading and...

  • NCVO's meetings with MPs and peers

    We routinely meet with members of parliament and the civil service as part of our work championing the voluntary sector. In the interests of transparency, we publish a register of meetings at which...


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