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NCVO

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Social Welfare) National Council for Voluntary Organizations
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Responses from freedom of information requests--which make up the bulk of the research findings of both NCVO and False Economy's reports--show that approximately half of all local authorities are making disproportionate cuts to the voluntary and community sectors.
ACEVO also plays an active role as an educator and advocate for the sector, sometimes treading close to the traditional "voice of the sector" role played by NCVO (National Centre for Voluntary Organisation) in the U.
1996) "The future of user involvement in the voluntary sector: A contribution to the debate" in NCVO (ed.
Are you looking at me: a practical pick and mix guide to recruiting a diverse workforce Wendy Blake Ranken London: NCVO Publications, 2004
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Fee increases which come into effect on Tuesday ``appear to be the government's latest attempt to rescue the struggling CRB, said an NCVO spokesman.
207) In their study, the NCVO singled out the new gift aid scheme as the most significant aspect of the legislation.
After the speech, NCVO chief executive Stuart Etherington said he was encouraged the PM recognised the voluntary sector as having a place at the heart of Labour policy.
CHARITY, COMMUNITY & THE ENVIRONMENT SPONSORSHIP supported by the NCVO
There are lots of websites and organisations (Volunteering England, V, NCVO etc) to point people in the right direction, but also things like the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
Marks & Spencer, NCVO & KPMG on Speaker Line Up*
Stuart Etherington, CEO of NCVO, said: ""It is vitally important that we do not underestimate the immense contribution that the voluntary sector and wider civil society make to the quality of people's lives in this region, to their local communities and to the UK economy.