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< previous page page_225 next page > Page 225 in England and Wales. Councils for Voluntary Service aim to promote more and better voluntary action in their areas by: providing a focal point for local voluntary action generally; developing new areas of voluntary activity to meet local needs; acting in a liaison capacity to link up voluntary bodies with similar concerns; representing the voluntary sector to appropriate statutory bodies;
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performing a vanguard or educating role for other voluntary organisations (e.g. setting exemplary standards on equal opportunities). West Newton is a large Council for Voluntary Service (CVS). It was founded in 1980 and grew rapidly in size and influence. By the time of the study it had more than 300 voluntary and community organisations under its umbrella, employed around 80 staff (including over 60 Manpower Services Commission "Community Programme" supervisors and participants), and had a turnover of around £500 000 per annum. The CVS had a General Secretary and Deputy
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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