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National Council for Voluntary Organisations
giving voice and support to civil society
Welcome to NCVO membership

Dear Derek,

I am pleased to welcome your organisation, Buntingford Civic Society to NCVO membership. This is a summary of your member benefits and how you can start using your membership straight away.

Your membership number is: MEMBERVC/12387.

You will need this to register as a member on our website, when claiming your member discounts or if you have a query with your membership.

I hope you find the below information useful, and please do forward onto all your colleagues - so they too can benefit from your NCVO membership.

All the best

Claire Rollinson
Membership Manager

ps: Why not first of all download your members logo here and let others know you are supporting the whole voluntary and community sector.

Claire Rollinson

Claire Rollinson, Membership Manager

NCVO community - meet and network with others

Sign up to our website

Register on the website as a member to access all the extra membership information and resources.

Whether you belong to a small organisation or an infrastructure organisation as a trustee or policy maker, join in and contribute to conversations, take part in groups, read blogs and contact others in your online community.
Join the discussions and and meet other members.

NCVO training and events

We offer a range of events including seminars, workshops, briefings, full-day national conferences and our flagship Annual Conference. Our events cover topics and discussions to help support you, giving you ideas and tips to benefit your work in the voluntary and community sector.

NCVO members save 30% on all delegate fees, so look for an event that interests you.
Check out our forthcoming training events and seminars.

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Information and advice

Member only Helpdesk
Do you need information on how to apply for grant funding? Unsure of what liabilities and responsibilities a trustee has?
NCVO members can call our freephone helpesk on 0800 2 798 798, and get signposted to the information you need.

Legal advice service
Legal advice via email is available for all members, enabling you to submit a quick, straightforward query about the law that applies to specific situations.
Visit the legal surgey section in our member access area to submit a query

Sign up to our specalist networks
We run a range of networking groups, covering specialist areas of work such as ICT, marketing, leadership and policy. These groups provide an opportunity for you to keep up to date with the latest developments; share learning and experiences; and to network with other professionals via a range of events.
Take a look at our large number of networks and sign up today

Members Helpdesk

Louise Brown
Louise Brown, ICT Development Officer.

Save money with NCVO

We have over 50 discounted services - on a range of IT, office, finance, and HR services, including discounts with Charity Business and software providers. Find out how you can take advantage of our many offers and recover the cost of your membership fee.

Read Essential Resources for the latest discounted training courses and publications.

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Engage magazine and publications

NCVO’s membership magazine Engage brings you news, views and analysis from and about the voluntary sector every two months.

In our latest issue, we look at how Amir Khan - WBA World light welterweight boxing champion - is supporting the young people who look up to him. All full members will be sent the next copy in the post, but in the meantime read your current members issue online

NCVO publications

All full members will receive (in a few months) a free copy of the UK Civil Society Almanac and a copy of the 2010 Consultants Directory.

The Almanac reports key trends and characteristics on a range of topics, including funding and finance, spending, workforce and employment, volunteering and beneficiaries, and is a must-read for all of us in the voluntary sector.

Read and download sections of the Almanac in our special members only access area.

Engage magazine Spring 2010 - front cover - click on the cover to get to the table of contents for the current issue

The UK Civil Society Almanac 2010

Contact your membership team

Are you on twitter? Come and say hi to me and my fellow NCVO colleagues. Twitter logo

In the meantime please do contact one of us in the membership team if you need any further help or assistance.

For help regarding your membership please contact Andrew at andrew.walkey@ncvo-vol.org.uk

For updates to your membership records please email Harriet on

For queries regarding payment and invoices please email Liz on

This is your membership confirmation email so please save for your own reference.

National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Regent's Wharf, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL.
Charity Registration No: 225922.

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