I have noticed that prepositions often vary from the names of some organisations to others. For example,

"New Routes volunteer organisation" "The volunteer organisation of New Routes"

Which one would be correct? When is it necessary to write 'of'? Would it be possible just to write the name of organisations and later its kind as in the first sentence?

Many thanks and kind regards

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