Member benefits

Join our network of over 1,200 civil society CEOs and senior leaders and benefit from a whole range of services tailored to support and develop you as a leader. Because great leaders make the biggest difference. Join us to:

Get connected

  • Regular local CEO Forums connect you directly with your peers in your area to build your network.
  • Discuss the issues relevant to you and your organisation at our ACEVO special interest groups. 
  • Make your voice heard with key opinion formers and influencers.
  • Join our online communities on Twitter and LinkedIn.
  • Keep up to date with our latest thinking, campaigns, events and services with our weekly Leader to Leader email.
  • Free subscriptions to Third Sector and Charity Times magazines worth £125 and £79.

Learn and grow as a leader

Get help when you need it most

 Stay informed on policy issues

Develop your board, your team and your organisation

Which membership is for you?

Full member: CEO (or equivalent) at charities and social enterprise. From £249, depending on your organisation's turnover

Affiliate member: CEO (or equivalent) at organisations with annual turnover under £150k. Just £95

Associate member: open to anyone with an interest in sector leadership, including chairs and trustees (but excluding for-profit organisations) From £209

Senior leader: for the next generation of social leaders preparing for the future role of CEO. From £95

Full details here. Or listed on our application form.

To join please create an account here. After completing the details section please go to manage your membership where you will be able to select the membership you wish to purchase. Or contact the Membership Team on membership@acevo.org.uk or 020 7014 4600

You can find the terms and conditions of membership here https://www.acevo.org.uk/terms-conditions 

It has never been more important to find ways for leaders in our sector to connect, share good practice, support and indeed challenge each other. ACEVO helps provide this valuable function. I personally have found the regional forums and national links to the wider sector most useful.

 

Brendan Hill, CEO, Mental Health Concern