To provide a forum for discussing the issues affecting the voluntary and community sector.
1. Volunteering by adults in Northern Ireland, 2018 to 2019
24/10/2019 - Department for Communities (Northern Ireland)
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Volunteering by adults in Northern Ireland, 2018 to 2019 - GOV.UK
2. New funding will ensure all charities can access safeguarding training to build safe and strong civil society
21/03/2019 - Office for Civil Society (OCS)
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New funding will ensure all charities can access safeguarding training to build safe
Found: Evaluation of the 50+ Volunteering Programme
Final reports of the 50+ Volunteering Programme evaluation
Society and culture
Charities, volunteering and honours
5. Charity Inquiry: seven charities connected by two common trustees and common registered details
22/07/2021 - The Charity Commission
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Charity Inquiry: seven charities connected by two common trustees and common registered
1. Charities and Civil Society: Ministerial Responsibility
23/11/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: assessment they have made of the impact of including charities and civil society within the remit of a Minister - Speech Link
2: Lords, we greatly value the important role that charities and civil society groups play, and work across - Speech Link
3: friend agree that within whichever department charities sit, the role of their volunteers is paramount - Speech Link
2. Communities: Charities and Volunteers
13/02/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: considered connecting communities by supporting charities and volunteers.I am delighted that the - Speech Link
2: independent registrar, and it is the regulator of charities. The Government have recognised the demand for - Speech Link
3: right that voluntary organisations, including charities such as the Trussell Trust and other food banks - Speech Link
3. Full-time Social Action
08/05/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: secured the debate, because social action and volunteering form a significant part of our national identity - Speech Link
2: able to recognise another group doing good work volunteering with social action. I agree that we can do more - Speech Link
3: a wide range of projects for charities such as City Year UK, Volunteering Matters, The Scout Association - Speech Link
21/02/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: to have this debate this evening on volunteering. I am touched by the number of other noble Lords who - Speech Link
5. Covid-19: Charities
24/03/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: plans they have to provide additional support to charities working with people who are self-isolating as - Speech Link
2: around income disruption, particularly for those charities where the bulk of their money comes from public - Speech Link
3: as the Minister said, general fundraising for charities has almost completely stopped, so that even the - Speech Link
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Fleur Anderson MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3000.
Public Enquiry Point:
Chris Walker, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL. Tel: 0207 520 3167
National Council for Voluntary Organisations acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.ncvo.org.uk/
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