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  • Policy and research

    role in public services the funding and tax treatment of charities charity campaigning governance. We are also working with charities to take forward recommendations from the House of Lords...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Voluntary organisations should consider publishing gender pay gap data regardless of size, NCVO recommends

    Voluntary organisations should consider publishing information about the differences in pay between men and women even if they have less than 250 employees, an umbrella body has recommended. New...

  • Chance UK – one-to-one mentoring for children with behavioural difficulties

    About the project Chance UK was set up in 1995 in Islington, London, to reduce youth crime and anti-social behaviour across the UK. They do this by providing one-to-one mentoring for children aged...

  • 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 )....

  • 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...

  • Safer volunteering in migrant camps

    Helping refugees and migrants stay safe Volunteers have been helping migrants and refugees across Europe since before the migrant crisis made headlines in 2015. While we don’t know exactly how many...

  • 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...

  • New NCVO analysis shows impact of cuts on charities

    Public funding for charities could be 12% lower by 2017/18, according to new analysis from NCVO. The forecast suggests public funding for the sector could be £1.7bn lower in 2017/18 than it was in...

  • NCVO: Local charities must get say in European funding priorities

    Local charities must get a say in setting the priorities for local European funding, NCVO Chief Executive Sir Stuart Etherington said today, following the publication today of government guidance...

  • Social investment

    Social investment or loan finance is any investment activity which has a social outcome and a financial return. As voluntary and community organisations grow and develop they need to consider which...

  • NCVO consults staff on restructure proposals

    NCVO today launches the start of a month-long consultation period with staff on restructure proposals. The key reason for the proposals is that following the merger between NCVO and Volunteering...

  • Your voice

    Your membership helps us to advocate and lobby government for the common and diverse interests of the sector. We push the issues that affect the sector and as members you will be able to feed in...

  • Practical guides

    We're always interested to hear what areas you need support in. Please email the NCVO Publishing Team with your suggestions. Quick Guides Quick Guides are an easy way for you to fill any knowledge...

  • Sir Stuart Etherington, Chief Executive, NCVO

    Sir Stuart Etherington was appointed chief executive of NCVO in 1994. Previously he was chief executive of the Royal National Institute for Deaf People, a major UK charity. Stuart is a member of...

  • Youth and homelessness charity is NCVO's 10,000th member

    A youth work and homelessness charity has become NCVO’s 10,000th member. Staff and a volunteer from The Foxton Centre in Preston were presented with their membership documents at a special event...

  • Survey shows charities doing more with less

    Charities are continuing to battle with financial pressures whilst still working to deliver services to the people who need them, according to a new survey of charity leaders.


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