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Council for Voluntary Service

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Council for Voluntary Service

A Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) is a type of charity in

CVSs are also involved in Community Empowerment Network, and will interact with, or have a seat on, the local strategic partnership. They may also advocate on behalf of the organisations they represent on a one to one basis.

A CVS may or may not incorporate the local volunteer centre.

CVS are brought together nationally by the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (which before 14 June 2006 was known as NACVS, the National Association of Councils for voluntary service).

Each county in Wales has a County Voluntary Council rather than a CVS.

External links

  • National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (includes links to local CVSs).

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