VONNE

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VONNEVoluntary Organisations Network North East (UK)
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VONNE AWARD FOR UNIQUELY NORTH EAST WINNER NEPACS HIGHLY COMMENDED CHUF Equal Arts NEPACS - an organisation that supports prisoners and their families - was honoured with the VONNE Award for Uniquely North East, sponsored by VONNE.
Jo Curry, VONNE chief executive, said: "VONNE is hopeful that the announcement today will create a sustainable charitable commitment to the region.
Elsewhere NEPACS - an organisation that supports prisoners and their families - was honoured with the VONNE Award for Uniquely North East, sponsored by VONNE.
In its latest survey VONNE says that 59% of the region's charities have seen a decrease in funding and a third have had to let staff go.
Meanwhile the North East's top charity leaders are being sought to shine in The VONNE Award for Charity Leader of the Year, sponsored by Charity Bank.
Jane Hartley, chief executive of VONNE, is pleased groups such as North East Hearts with Goals are being highlighted, and is eager to hear from more.
However more importantly, VONNE and many others believe there is a strong moral case that this 5% should arguably be given back to the charities in the North East and Cumbria.
The North East |has a diverse mix of charities that have their roots firmly in our great region, said Jane Hartley, chief executive of VONNE
Jane Hartley - VONNE Jane has many years of experience working in the NE voluntary sector primarily with a focus on health and wellbeing.
Since 1928 the club has provided football and boxing coaching to youngsters in the area, but their response to the VONNE survey made grim reading.
NICOLA LOOSE will sit on the group's operations board and her role will focus on ensuring that Vertu stays at the forefront of developing compliance matters as well as continuing to drive growth through corporate deals JANE HARTLEY has been appointed as the new chief executive of VONNE, the regional umbrella body for charities, voluntary groups and social enterprises in the North East of England.
VONNE chief executive Jo Curry warned the situation was set to get worse.