Answering the top-five questions about volunteering in England

How to navigate to the best, most accessible data on volunteering. Continue reading

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How do you solve a problem like the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme?

Over the summer, we launched a survey to ask charities about the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme about how we could improve the scheme. Continue reading

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Risky business

Find out how trustees can grow income and impact with a new attitude towards risk in the first in a series of posts by Nigel Kippax. Continue reading

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Live chat: how energy efficient are you?

What you need to know about charity energy contracts, management and compliance. Continue reading

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What are your top priorities in volunteering?

VSNW delegates wanted to talk about welfare reforms, how to support quality volunteering and the boundaries between paid work and volunteering. Continue reading

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The Lobbying Act and Twitter: We need regulation, not instruction

What the Lobbying Act and Charity Commission guidance mean for charities using Twitter Continue reading

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A view from Liberal Democrat Party Conference

The last of our blogs on the 2014 party conferences. Campaigners shouldn't disregard the Lib Dems. Continue reading

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Show them the money

Outline of NCVO's submission to the Parliamentary Committee's inquiry into Society Lotteries Continue reading

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What do changes under this government mean for campaigners?

Significant changes to the way government works, while not aimed at voluntary sector campaigning, are having a big effect on it. We examine the implications. Continue reading

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Public services round-up: October 2014

Social value in contracts, procurement rules, small charities, social prescribing, welfare reforms, social investment, working with commissioning bodies and free events. Continue reading

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