Tag Archives: research

CEOs respond to findings from ‘Volunteering in England during Covid-19’ report

CEOs respond to the findings of a new report examining the policy response to volunteering in England during the pandemic and the impact on volunteers and organisations. Continue reading

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What can we learn from England’s volunteering policy response to covid-19?

Today we publish our briefing on the volunteering policy response to the covid-19 pandemic in England. In this blog, we share the key messages and findings. Continue reading

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Impact round-up: November 2021

Welcome to the November edition of the impact round-up. Sarah Menzies shares the latest impact news. Continue reading

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Impact round-up: May 2021

In this latest edition of our monthly impact round-up, we spotlight news in impact and evaluation and share useful guides, resources and data collection tools. Continue reading

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The links between family and volunteering: what the evidence tells us

Joanna Stuart specialises in research and evaluation on volunteering, with recent work including research on the impacts of volunteering in later life and training for organisations on volunteering impact assessment. Continue reading

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Charity policy round-up: August 2019

This blog provides a summary of the key policy and regulatory changes relevant to charities and volunteering for the month of August 2019 Continue reading

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Digital skills in the charity sector

Our upcoming research on skills gaps in the charity sector shows charities are struggling with digital skills. How can NCVO help? Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: April 2019

Get the latest update on training and events, conference updates and research including a research project group discussing the role of voluntary action in welfare provision. Continue reading

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10 Top tips on recruiting and retaining young volunteers

In this article #iwill ambassador Stephen Tutin uses research from NYSAS and NCVO's Time Well Spent research to explain how to recruit and retain younger volunteers. Continue reading

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Benefitting from Time Well Spent: Why is enjoyment taboo in volunteering?

NCVO research showed 'enjoyment' as the top-ranked benefit of volunteering, but why is other research often reluctant to acknowledge enjoyment as a benefit? Continue reading

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