Our Work

Digital Transformation

NPC’s Digital Transformation programme is designed to transform the way the social sector functions by supporting the adoption of digital technologies.

Digital technology can make changes to the fundamental architecture of the sector—making it easier for charities to integrate with others, collaborate and coordinate their activities and to put beneficiaries at the heart of service design and delivery—and to save money while doing it too. The programme builds on the collective strength of organisations to tackle complex social problems: from health and education to poverty and climate change.

Get involved

Working with an exciting group of research and funding partners, we have published our case for a collective approach to digital transformation and are convening groups of interested parties to put collective digital transformation projects into practice in the fields of health, advice and ageing. 

For more information on the next stages of the programme, get in touch with Tris.Lumley@thinkNPC.org or tweet us @NPCthinks using #NPCdigi.

  • If you have been involved in a collective digital transformation project yourself, share your example with NCVO at knowhownonprofit.org.
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The challenge

Issues of capacity, funding and expertise need to be addressed for charities and social enterprises to use digital technology at a sector level to achieve change.

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Our approach

Bringing together experts, making the case for digital transformation and identifying the most promising opportunities.

Steering group

Experts from both the digital technology and social sectors.

The potential

A collective, sector level approach can tackle social problems in their entirety.

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