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  • Trusted Charity Mark terms and conditions

    Assessment general terms and conditions Definitions The following words shall have the following meanings: 1.1 ‘NCVO’ means The National Council for Voluntary Organisations. 1.2 'Organisation'...

  • Trusted Charity Mark

    It is important that organisations can prove they have attained a recognised level of quality. We believe that self-assessment is essential for learning and development – but we know that external...

  • Testimonial: Connect Assist improves The Brooke donor relations

    Consult + Assist is a joint venture between NCVO and Connect Assist . Jasvir Kaur, director of fundraising and communications at The Brooke – an international animal welfare organisation – explains...

  • Consultancy team

    Our NCVO consultancy team consists of skilled and experienced team members who know the voluntary and community sector and understand the pressures organisations face. The consultancy team...

  • 1-2-1 advisors

    Choose from the following advisors for 1-2-1 advice: Judith Courts, NCVO Associate Howard Exton-Smith, NCVO Associate Mathew Healey, Senior Trademark Attorney, BWB Oliver Hunt, Junior Solicitor,...

  • NCVO and Charities Evaluation Services working towards merger

    The National Council for Voluntary Organisations and Charities Evaluation Services will work towards a merger later this year, the two organisations announced today. The announcement follows the...

  • NCVO Annual Conference 2019 sponsors and exhibitors

    The NCVO Annual Conference will take place on Monday 1 April 2019. Sponsors The following organisations are our sponsors for the Annual Conference. Headline sponsor Zurich is one of the leading...

  • Governance and trusteeship

    Is your board providing purpose, clarity and vision? Are trustees adding value and using their time effectively? Do board meetings feel all talk and no action? Is there a clear sense of areas for...

  • Sir Stuart Etherington's 2017 state of the sector address to NCVO Annual Conference delegates

    Good morning and welcome, everybody. It’s good to see so many of you here today in what we believe is the biggest conference of voluntary organisations that we have ever held. This conference is...

  • Trustee Conference sponsor and exhibitor profiles

    Sponsors We are grateful to our sponsors for their invaluable support: Lead sponsor Barclays is a transatlantic bank, helping customers and clients achieve their ambitions by offering products and...

  • National Citizen Service Bill - Lords committee briefing

    This briefing offers reccomendations for improving National Citizen Service following the recent Lords committee bill. Download the Lords comittee briefing (PDF,408KB) Key points NCVO is supportive...

  • NCVO and CES merger to proceed

    Details of the merger between the National Council for Voluntary Organisations and Charities Evaluation Services have been finalised, it was announced today. The merger will take effect from 1...

  • Major overhaul for charity governance code

    A consultation has opened today on a significant new version of the charity sector governance code . The code, a tool to help charities strengthen and develop their governance, was originally...

  • NCVO’s General Election 2017 Manifesto: How it can be achieved

    Introduction This document outlines in detail the proposals set out in our 2017 general election manifesto and makes practical suggestions on how they can be achieved. The proposals in our...

  • Smartdesc - IT services supplier

    Smartdesc provides IT strategy, cybersecurity, digital transformation and IT support for voluntary organisations and the non-profit sector. NCVO member offer NCVO members will receive: A free...

  • Larger charities should undergo external reviews every three years, new governance code recommends

    External reviews for larger charities every three years, more openness and limits on how long trustees may serve are among new recommendations unveiled today by a group of leading charity...

  • NCVO Environmental Policy

    NCVO recognises that good environmental management is an essential part of overall good practice in voluntary sector management. NCVO will therefore strive to adopt the highest available...

  • Why choose us?

    Introduction Our new conference suite reflects our commitment to creating an environment where voluntary organisations can flourish by bringing together a variety of organisations to connect, share...

  • Environmental Policy

    Carbon Smart programme To take a proactive stance and address our contribution to climate change, our organisation has committed to the Carbon Smart programme. Being Carbon Smart means taking an...

  • B2: So you want to do something about the diversity of your board…

    Recent reports have highlighted the lack of diversity on trustee boards. This matters for several reasons. First, charities should be places that value difference and where no one is excluded...


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