NCVO


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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.
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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.
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) (1992), On Trust, Increasing the Effectiveness of Charity Trustees and Management Committees, Report of a working party chaired by Winifred Tumim, NCVO Publications, London.
Volunteering and Society, NCVO Publications, London, 1992, p.
CHARITY, COMMUNITY & THE ENVIRONMENT SPONSORSHIP supported by the NCVO
The Big Assist programme, delivered by the NCVO under contract to the BLF, was orginally scheduled to last for three years, but a one-year extension, beginning on 1 April this year, has been agreed.
A short summary of this research and its key findings is published as a blog on the NCVO website: http://blogs.
The results will be announced on November 10 and the winning charity will be awarded PS1,000 and a year's free NCVO membership.
NCVO chief executive Sir Stuart Etherington said: "It was inevitable that charities would feel the impact of public spending cuts.
NCVO Working For A Charity exists to improve understanding of the voluntary sector and to encourage new people to contribute their skills as effectively as possible.