Trustees Week 2018

Celebrating Trusteeship 

In Articles Governance and Charity Advice

Trustees’ Week 2018 takes place during 12-16 November to celebrate the great work that trustees contribute to charities. It is also an opportunity for charities to think about how they could attract new people onto their Boards. Read more.

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GDPR Resources for charities

In Resources GDPR

GDPR became law in the UK on 25 May 2018 replacing the Data Protection Act. GDPR resources for the VCSE can be found on our hub.

help with the annual monitoring return

Help with the charity annual monitoring return

In Resources Governance and Charity Advice

The Charity Commission has updated its guidance on how to complete the annual monitoring return.

GrantTracker – Time-Limited Offer on Northern Ireland’s Leading Funding Toolkit!

Training with NICVA

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NICVA's training calendar has been developed to meet the needs of the sector and includes a wide variety of affordable high quality sessions.









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Upcoming Events

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Universal Credit Roundtable Discussion: Current issues and future challenges

NICVA are hosting a discussion seminar on the experiences of the roll out of Universal Credit in Northern Ireland and identifying the future challenges.


80 Years of Voluntary Action: NICVA Celebration and AGM

NICVA celebrates its 80th year in 2018. Join us to celebrate the vital role the sector has played and will continue to play in our society.


Beyond Safeguarding (RESERVE LIST IN PLACE)

This event is about creating a culture of safety for the beneficiaries, staff and volunteers of charities, beyond the strict definition of Safeguarding, and is being jointly hosted by the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland and NICVA. Both organisations, the representative body and the regulator, are keen to ensure the efficacy of Northern Ireland charities’ activities, at home and overseas.