NCVO


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NCVO

Abbreviation for:
National Council for Voluntary Organisations
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227) The NCVO expresses hope that these smaller charities will somehow be able to band together in order to keep costs low.
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.
The NCVO says the worst-hit region is Yorkshire and The Humber, with 37 charities in peril.
NCVO chief executive Stuart Etherington said: ``It is disgraceful that the CRB can simply double the cost of checks , leaving many charities facing shortfalls of many hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Last night, a spokesman for the NCVO said that, while there was no evidence to prove that criminal records were being missed, when a service designed to protect children and vulnerable adults had problems, the Government had a duty to do something about the situation.
Med Advantage is acquiring all the assets of NCVO held by TriZetto in an undisclosed cash transaction.
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.
Following a meeting with Mr Lansley, Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of the NCVO, said: "I am pleased the Government has listened to and significantly met the concerns of charities and community groups.
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.
Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander will be urged to give more help to charities in the Budget at this week's NCVO conference.
This includes one in five major charities, who are household names with yearly incomes of more than pounds 10 million, the NCVO figures showed.