Painting a picture: Funding Review 2014’s ‘call for evidence’

Last month NCVO launched a review into the financial sustainability of the voluntary sector. Now we are launching a call for evidence to find out how the recession has impacted voluntary organisations. Continue reading

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Summer Reading List

Wondering what to read this summer? Take a look at Parliament and NCVO's reading lists for recommendations. Continue reading

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Making social investment tax relief work for charities

Social Investment Tax Relief has now become law and the government is holding a consultation on improving the relief, but what do charities need to know about it? Continue reading

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Getting to grips with…Twitter

It’s easy to forget that not everyone uses Twitter. Here's a quick exploration of what Twitter is and what it could do for you. Continue reading

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How social investment can work for you

Geetha Rabindrakumar answers the questions raised by charities at Evolve 2014. Continue reading

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Why we shouldn’t get too worried about declining rates of volunteering

What the latest figures from the Community Life survey for 2013-14 (don’t) mean. Continue reading

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The SARAH Bill – is it OK to change the law for a PR stunt?

Is there still value in the social action, responsibility and heroism bill, even if it won't make any difference in a courtroom? Continue reading

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Could the SARAH Bill create Good Samaritans?

Could it re-set the dial between risk management and protection on one side, and acceptance of the individual and societal benefits of taking risks on the other? Continue reading

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Why the Research Conference isn’t just for researchers

There are just a few days left to take advantage of our early bird rates for the 20th annual Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference. Continue reading

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Dear Minister

The incoming Minister for Civil Society will be met with copious briefings in the coming weeks, but for easy reading, here's our guide to the voluntary sector. Continue reading

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