NCVO Member Benefit

  • CaSE Insurance – insurance supplier

    CaSE Insurance provides insurance to charities, social enterprises and faith-based groups. 

  • Charity Property Help – property advice supplier

    Charity Property Help is a pro-bono service for charities and voluntary organisations, offering you support and guidance on all property matters, from an RICS-regulated firm.

  • Class Networks – for your business communications solutions

    Class Networks has been working with NCVO for 20 years, providing affordable and effective communication solutions for offices, multi-site organisations and workforce mobility using the lasted Cloud based technology. Specialising in Cloud migration, business continuity, risk assessment, data security and back up recovery solutions Class Networks works with over 1000 NCVO members.

  • Consult + Assist – user engagement supplier

    Consult + Assist is a joint venture between NCVO and Connect Assist, one of our trusted suppliers. Part of a shared mission to make a real difference to the charity sector, this consultancy service focuses on transforming working practices.

  • Give & Win Voluntary – charity lottery supplier

    The Give & Win lotteryis currently closed to new registrations and participants will no longer be able to buy tickets from March 2017 onwards. We are in the process of working with Capen Consultants to transition to a new platform and will update this page as soon as the new service is live.

  • IcanCopy – print supplier

    IcanCopy has been helping organisations with print strategy and making savings in key areas for over 10 years, with their portfolio of market leading print, photocopy, fax and scanning products.

  • LSI Energy – utility brokerage supplier

    LSI offers NCVO members a competitive energy package. LSI can assist voluntary organisations in obtaining the best deal in a complex marketplace.

  • NCVO photography competition winners 2017

    Making a difference

    The annual competition is a chance to celebrate the work of the voluntary sector, and this year entries had to capture organisations making a difference.

    The competition received over 80 entries depicting the difference charities make across a wide range of subjects and organisations, and you can see the best images in the shortlist gallery below.

    Photographs were entered in two categories: the open category for staff members and volunteers, and professional category for professional photographers.

    The winners

    Winner of the open category: Belly up tennis! By Sophie Grant and Maria Ellis for Tennis2Be

    Open category winner Belly up tennis By Sophie Grant for Tennis2Be

    This is a picture of work carried out with hard to reach young girls within the Bengali community. Tennis2Be is a UK based tennis and education charity making tennis an inclusive and accessible sport. We’re deeply committed to ensuring tennis is enjoyed by a broad spectrum of participants. Through interaction with local communities, grassroots groups and local partners, we emphasise the positive points of involvement from the perspective of wellbeing and social engagement.

    Winner of the professional category: Making a difference by Andrew Aitchison for VSO

    Professional category winner Making a Difference by Andrew Aitchison for VSO

    Making a difference to the lives of newborn babies in Tanzania.

    VSO volunteer, Dr Siobhan Neville, a specialist paediatrician, runs a training session with Tanzanian nurses, Vincent Felix and Christopher Charlie, about newborn assessments in St Walburg’s Hospital, Nyangao. Lindi Region, Tanzania.

    The runners-up

    Runner-up in the open category: It’s hard to say goodbye by Julie Lankshear for Caring Canines

    Open category runner up Its hard to say goodbye by Julie Lankshear for Caring Canines

    This is Caring Canine Freddie with his student - who was finding it hard to say goodbye after a term of working together.

    Caring Canines is a dog assisted therapy group whose programme, Be Bookwise, supports children struggling with literacy, lack of confidence and self esteem.


    Runner-up in the professional category: Supporting young people to go above and beyond by Francis Augusto for London Youth

    Professional category runner upSupporting young people to go above and beyond by Francis August for London Youth

    Taken at one of London Youth’s members, Queen’s Crescent Community Centre. It shows how through the teaching and support from a trusted adult, young people can go above and beyond the norm.

    Gallery of shortlisted entries in the competition

    The judges

    After shortlisting by NCVO, the winners were decided by a panel of expert judges:

    • Peter Kellner, chair of NCVO
    • Daniel Regan, award winning photographer and winner of the competition in 2016
    • Giselle Green, media coordinator, Constructive Voices

    The partner

    This competition was kindly sponsored by Pureprint, an award winning print and marketing solutions provider with a unique and long-established environmental ethos. The shortlisted images were exhibited at NCVO’s Annual Conference, where prizes were awarded by the Minister for Civil Society, Rob Wilson MP.

    The winners and runners-up won prizes including tickets to the NCVO Annual Conference, Samsung tablets and £500 in vouchers to have their work professionally printed by Pureprint.

  • Pureprint – print supplier

    Pureprint Group is a dynamic, award winning print and marketing company with a focus on sustainability and protecting the environment.

  • Raising IT - digital supplier

    Raising IT provide charities with powerful websites that let you take control of your online strategy and fundraising through one straight-forward platform.

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