Tag Archives: Infrastructure

GaN Canny: Surveying the views of the sector in Gateshead and Newcastle

NCVO vice chair Sally Young, chief executive of Newcastle CVS, on the findings of a new report looking at the views of voluntary sector in local area. Continue reading

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Who needs local infrastructure?

Why infrastructure is valuable and how some organisations are innovating to become sustainable Continue reading

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The House of Lords report on charities: what you need to know

A look at the new House of Lord's report on Charities and what it means for voluntary sector organisations. Continue reading

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Technology and the voluntary sector: Don’t (always) believe the hype

What opportunities and challenges does technology present to the sector? Here is what we learned from our research with Tata Consultancy Services. Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: February 2016

This month, we look at how volunteer managers can skill up and share our plans for celebrating volunteering, including an extended Volunteers' Week Continue reading

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The future of employer supported volunteering

The potential problem with employer supported volunteering and a new initiative which offers a solution Continue reading

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The survival of infrastructure in a volatile environment

How Exeter CVS have used adaptive and agile leadership to thrive through good positioning and a ‘needs-led’ approach. Continue reading

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Supporting the supporters: championing infrastructure

The value of infrastructure organisations and cross-sector working Continue reading

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Live discussion: Local partnerships and infrastructure – 20 October, 15.00-16.00

Discuss the future of local partnerships and infrastructure in relation to health and social care with our expert panellists. Continue reading

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