NCVO offers advice and support through other websites:
Almanac: NCVO UK Civil society Almanac
A comprehensive overview of the scope and changing nature of civil society. Civil society is not synonymous with the voluntary sector; it is much wider. Find out about civil society and the voluntary sector workforce.
If you are a voluntary organisation or social enterprise, who mainly supports other organisations, then BIG Assist is for you. BIG Assist is a programme helping to strengthen infrastucture organisations through a diagnostic and voucher scheme, as well as a collaborative peer to peer community to help improve their services for the benefit of the whole sector.
The voice of the voluntary sector on the Compact — an agreement between the sector and the Government to ensure better working together.
European Funding Network
Formerly called TSEN, European Funding Network supports the provision of information, advice, training and other forms of support to third sector in England on national aspects of European Union funding.
A smart guide to over 4,000 grants, contract and loans for charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises.
Members Online Helpdesk provides free information and signposting for all our NCVO members via telephone, live chat, and an Ask A Question email facility, from 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays). The helpdesk team can answer basic questions, signpost you to other organisations and information sources, and direct you to specialist services from NCVO staff where appropriate.
Developing non profit, charity and voluntary sector organisations. This website includes StudyZone the online training courses on voluntary sector issues and 100 charity How to... guides.
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and KnowHowNonProfit merged in 2011.
Participation For Change
A forum for civil society organisations across Europe to exchange a wide range of ideas and collaborate on issues facing European communities and their citizens.
One of the premier providers of trustee and non executive recruitment, access to a large group of high calibre people who are actively looking for such roles.
Committed to supporting, enabling and celebrating volunteering in all its diversity. Our work links policy, research, innovation, good practice and programme management in the involvement of volunteers.
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and Volunteering England merged on 1 January 2013.
Volunteering England’s 1,800 members became NCVO members, while existing NCVO members gained access to Volunteering England resources.
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