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AFVS as Community Interest Company (C.I.C.)


darylmartin4We are excited to advise you that AFVS has now converted to a Community Interest Company (C.I.C.) and have re-launched under the name Advice For the Voluntary Sector CIC.

So, what does this mean for our members?

We are now working closer with our Partners and Charity Specialists to expand and tailor the services we offer. These new services include: Fundraising Training & Guidance, Charity Away Days, HR Training Packages and Leadership Workshops.

We have also extended our free membership to charities with an annual income of under £25K (up from 10K), enabling a greater number of small charities to benefit from our advice and services.

We are here to listen, advise and provide practical help and solutions.

Daryl Martin

 

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MOT 4 Charities member’s service is designed to help your charity feel confident that it is adhering to recognised safe practises and standards. Enjoy the confidence that you are operating good practice in key areas and reassure funders, supporters, beneficiaries and other stakeholders that you have robust systems in place.

MOT 4 Charities is available in Bronze, Silver and Gold accreditation levels, to help member organisations demonstrate the quality of their work.

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AFVS at the CRE South, Southampton

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A big thanks to everyone that came to visit Daryl and Becky at CRE South 2014 on Thursday, they had a great day with a lot of visitors to the stand (both current members and new charities). A great day was had by all!!!

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AFVS Members Help Desk

 

AFVS provides free information for our members via telephone or e-mail. The team can answer basic questions or direct you to one of our associates where appropriate.

The office is open from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday, or you can leave a message out of hours and we will return your call as soon as possible.

 0845 319 8330

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