Media Comment | Thursday 9 August 2018
Full statement from ACEVO chair, Joe Irvin.
ACEVO responds to International Development Committee report on sexual exploitation and abuse in the aid sectorMedia Comment | Tuesday 31 July 2018
ACEVO CEO, Vicky Browning, says we must listen and learn in order to build a safer charity sector at home and abroad.
Media Comment | Monday 30 July 2018
ACEVO has published its annual report and accounts, revealing a surplus for the first time in five years.
Monday 16 July 2018
ACEVO is looking for a new chair who shares our values and has the commitment and passion to lead our trustee board, providing strategic vision, scrutiny and support that will allow the organisation, its team and our members to thrive.
Wednesday 11 July 2018
In response to research on trust in charities released by the Charity Commission today Vicky Browning, CEO of ACEVO says:
General | Wednesday 11 July 2018
ACEVO, along with the Institute of Fundraising, has published a report in which we ask charity leaders to sign up to eight principles to help improve racial diversity in our sector.
Leadership | Wednesday 4 July 2018
Values must be the golden thread that runs through all decision making if charity leaders are to create a culture in which workers are not afraid to challenge the status quo.
General | Monday 18 June 2018
ACEVO has signed a joint letter from the Solve Sleep-ins Alliance asking Baroness Tina Stowell, the chair of the Charity Commission, to raise the issue of sleep-ins back payment with government.
Press release | Friday 18 May 2018
ACEVO has signed and submitted a joint letter to Tracey Crouch calling on her to ensure that the consultation on the government's civil society strategy results in a robust and enabling strategy.
Media Comment | Monday 14 May 2018
"What’s clear is that outgoing CEOs have invaluable experience which makes them better leaders and can help others facing the same challenges in the future." Vicky Browning and Richard Litchfield speak to Civil Society Voices about overcoming the barriers to merging two organisations.