Stephen was not only inspirational and extremely accomplished, but he was also very generous with his time and expertise.
As ‘super boomer’ generation starts to retire, independent commission warns charities to adapt or lose out on a new volunteer army.
The latest Charity Commission consultation, which closed yesterday, proposed new requirements on charities to declare their campaign spending. NPC’s response welcomes the proposals, with clear provisos to ensure that any new rules don’t create an unfair burden for charities.
On the back of a successful year, during which we have overseen growth in the amount of work taken on as both a consultancy and a think tank, NPC has taken the chance to strengthen our staff team.
The Justice Data Lab project, run by the Ministry of Justice and developed with support from NPC, has won an award for Statistical Excellence in Official Statistics, the Royal Statistical Society.
NPC, Charities Evaluation Services & Substance have teamed up to launch free new tech for charities, to help them measure their social impact.
NPC has published a new paper on Social Impact Bonds, and their role in the future of social investment
A new collection of essays commissioned by NPC asks: Can smarter fundraising help charities survive the downturn?
We need smarter, sustainable solutions to crises overseas in water, sanitation and hygiene, argues a new paper from the Stone Family Foundation & NPC
Local government and local health commissioners are under growing pressure to solve social problems. Arts and culture organisations can play a much more central role in helping to address these problems, according to a new report published today. The NPC-authored report, produced as part of the Cultural Commissioning Programme, argues that commissioners and cultural organisations alike must be bold in