Doncaster CVS is a local infrastructure organisation; we work to ensure that local community and voluntary sector groups and organisations get the support they need.
Established in 1943 we are able to offer a wide range of practical support and advice to local third sector organisations. See our services page for full details.
So whether you need to know about constitutions, bank accounts, charity trustees, managing community buildings, employing staff, quality standards, networking with similar groups, funding opportunities or just finding out what’s happening in Doncaster, come and talk to us at Doncaster CVS!
To find out a bit more, why not watch our short film.
To read our governing documents and equality and diversity policy, please click on the relevant link below:
- Doncaster CVS Memorandum of Association
- Doncaster CVS Articles of Association
- Doncaster CVS Equality and Diversity Policy
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Did You Know?
Doncaster CVS was a project originally set up by Doncaster’s then Archdeacon, The Venerable R W Stannard, with the inaugural meeting held at the Mansion House.
CVS originally stood for Council for Voluntary Service. Many local infrastructure organisations are referred to or describe themselves as a 'CVS' even if they use a different name, such as Voluntary Action or Voluntary Sector Resource Centre. Most parts of the UK have a CVS or equivalent local infrastructure organisation. Although we no longer use the full name ‘Council for Voluntary Service’, we retain the name Doncaster CVS as we are proud of our long history in supporting local groups and organisations.