Future Funding Watch – Calling for evidence from the sector

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Less than two years after NICVA’s 2015 Cutswatch campaign, we may be facing into yet another funding crisis for the community and voluntary sector.

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Options Paper for Fundraising Self-Regulation in NI

In events Fundraising Regulation 

Please take some time to read the options for fundraising self-regulation in NI and respond to our online survey.

Annual Report 2016

In articles About us

Our 2016 Annual Report showcasing our year is now available online. The report and financial accounts provides an overview of our performance and achievements in 2015/2016.

Cyberfraudsters are targeting Northern Ireland charities

In articles ICT 

Voluntary and community sector organisations being targeted by cyber fraudsters. Read this organisations experience and remain vigilant.









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Financial Management Issues for Trustees/Committees

NICVA in association with Moore Stephens will host a half day seminar to examine the importance of budgeting and forecasting, consider the importance of good financial management as well as insolvency danger signs and give consideration to the opportunities presented by collaboration and mergers within the voluntary community and social enterprise sector in NI.


Risk Assessment made easy

Risk management is an important tool in ensuring the efficient and successful operation of voluntary and community organisations, regardless of their size or nature. This training offers participants a better understanding of risk management and the tools to help implement it effectively within your organisation.


Open Data In A Day

An interactive one-day course designed to give participants an introduction to the concept and usage of open data: data that anyone can access, use and share.