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  • July 2016: The inside track

    What you need to know about life after the EU referendum, our new prime minister, what’s left of the Queen’s speech, what unprecedented political turmoil may mean for charities’ strategies for...

  • Joint Committee on the Draft Protection of Charities Bill – NCVO comment

    Responding to the committee’s report , Elizabeth Chamberlain, policy manager at NCVO, said: ‘The committee’s work is a testament to the value of proper pre-legislative scrutiny. We’ve had a process...

  • Step on Board process

    and how to secure it Those with existing positions will receive specialised training on governance to help them make the most of their trusteeship, maximising the impact their boards create. 2....

  • Strategic planning: creating the right process for your organisation

    performance . Before you start your strategy process, you might need to consider your governance. If you need support with charity governance – as a trustee or someoneservicing boards and want help...

  • Model abstracts

    sector relations Funding, fundraising and philanthropy Organisational management and governance, including regulation and charity law Historical perspectives on the voluntary sector and voluntary...

  • Trustee Conference sponsor and exhibitor profiles

    at ncvomembers@pureprint.com . Media partner Civil Society Media is home to Charity Finance, Governance & Leadership and Fundraising Magazine, and brings you all the news from the charity sector,...

  • How much money goes on running costs?

    this small proportion of their budget goes and why it all helps ‘the cause’ in the end. Governance costs Charities are required to show how much they spend on governance in their annual accounts....

  • Volunteering and benefits

    If you are receiving state benefits you are still allowed to volunteer. However, there are some rules that you need to be aware of to make sure that your volunteering doesn’t have an impact on the...

  • 'A Day in the Life' FAQs

    Are the visits a direct swap between staff? What obligations do I have to the person I have been matched with? Is there any charge for the work shadowing scheme? I think it would be more useful for...

  • Prioritise preventative spending to achieve greater change, charities tell MPs

    The next government must prioritise preventative spending in order to address social problems and save money in the long term, the National Council for Voluntary Organisations said today. The...

  • CharityJob disclaimer: Trustee recruitment

    Advertisers Trustee Bank is an advertisement and information service. It does not provide a placement service, and organisations are responsible for contacting candidates, interviewing, selection...

  • A5: Diversity and inclusion: From commitment to reality

    The argument for a diverse and inclusive workplace is largely settled-as both a means for more effective organisations and as a matter of fairness. Yet why do so many voluntary organisations still...

  • Lobbying bill - NCVO statement

    Following the government's agreement to abandon its plan to change what constitutes non-party campaigning, Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, said: 'The government’s commitment to...

  • Compact agreement

    What is the Compact? The Compact is an agreement between the government and the voluntary and community sector. It sets out key principles and establishes a way of working that improves their...

  • Lords committee expresses concern over plan to charge charities, warns Charity Commission on its board appointments

    sector and with a broader range of demographic characteristics. NCVO says the Commission’s governance should be overhauled if it is to proceed with charging. Committee backs NCVO recommendation on...

  • A nation at ease with itself? Sir John Major’s speech at the Hinton lecture

    are negatives: we have all seen the publicity generated by bad fundraising practices and poor governance. I won’t dwell on these shortcomings, except to note that all charities have a duty to...

  • Campaigning

    Campaigning is about creating change – for people, for causes and for the long term. It brings energy and passion to public debates and ensures that a wider range of voices are heard, including the...

  • Lottery match set to open up major European funding opportunities for voluntary sector

    Big Lottery Fund is in advanced talks to match over £260 million of Lottery funding with money from Europe in a move that will open up new funding opportunities for the sector, Big Lottery Fund...

  • Services and support

    on topics from how to start a charity, to funding, managing people and volunteers, and governance. Learn from the Knowhow community, through step-by-step how-to guides and case studies , and...

  • Public services

    Around a quarter of voluntary organisations receive funding from government, often for delivering vital public services. In 2013/14 the voluntary sector received £15bn (34%) of its income in the...


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