County Voluntary Council
Every county in Wales has a voluntary sector infrastructure body, generically called a County Voluntary Council or CVC. The key role of a CVC is to provide advice and information to local voluntary and community groups on volunteering, funding sources and a wide range of other issues.
At an all Wales national level the sector's infrastructure body is Wales Council for Voluntary Action.
Notes and references
- "County Voluntary Councils". www.wcva.org.uk. Retrieved 2016-08-09.
- Sustainable Funding Cymru http://www.sustainablefundingcymru.org.uk/help/cvcs
- Welshpedia http://www.welshpedia.co.uk/wiki/wales/index.php?title=Wales_Council_for_Voluntary_Action
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