ACEVO in the News

Local Government Finance (Web), Unattributed, 30/07/2016

To ask Her Majesty ‘s Government, in the light of the recommendations of (1) the report published by the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations Remaking the State, and (2) the report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation The Cost of the Cuts, what assessment they have made of


What the public thinks about charities

Charity Times, p38, 01/07/2016

encourages the feeling that giving time, voice and money for social good, is a good, rewarding feeling. The Understanding Charities Group work is being taken forward by bodies like NCVO, Acevo, CharityComms and the Institute of Fundraising, with the input and support of a range of charities. Next steps include creating a communications toolkit to give charity spokespeople the confidence


Must haves: The social value of investing in leadership

Charity Times, p29, Asheem Singh, 01/07/2016

will get anywhere. Yes, it is lonely at the top, but together we can make it that much less lonely. And the view will be all the better for it. Asheem Singh is acting chief executive of Acevo


ACEVO responds to Fundraising Regulatoras consultation

Charity Times (Web), Unattributed, 27/07/16

while the sector is not inherently anti-regulation, the current proposals from the regulators pose a real risk of disproportionate regulation by multiple regulators.   Commenting on the submission ACEVO Chief Executive Asheem Singh said: ‘œWe can see no good reason, other than the convenience of the regulator, for financial contributions to regulatory bodies to compulsorily come from charitable donations, which have


NCVO unveils #15,000 text explaining how charities work

ThirdSector (Web), Unattributed, 26/07/16

published by the umbrella body last week after being presented to an audience of charity chief executives at a June meeting hosted by the body and the charity leaders organisation Acevo.    The narrative has been reproduced in full on the right.   The narrative   “Because of you, charities in the UK are making a difference to millions of

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