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A think tank and consultancy for the social sector

Who we are

NPC is the think tank and consultancy for the social sector.

We help charities, foundations, philanthropists, impact investors, social enterprises, businesses, and the public sector to maximise social impact in the lives of the people they serve.

Join us at out annual conference, NPC Ignites, on 15 October 2024. Early bird ticket sales end 31 July 2024.

Innovating

At NPC we create, develop, and test new ideas

We don’t believe in change for change’s sake, but if we’re serious about creating positive social change then we all need to get out of our comfort zones and adapt.

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Improving

At NPC we can help you improve your work so you can focus on the people you serve

We provide the tools and resources to enable charities and funders to work as efficiently and effectively as possible, making best use of their funding.

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Influencing

At NPC we use our data, voice and convening power to advocate for the sector

We work with policy makers and sector leaders to advocate for the right policies and regulation to enable charities to do their best work for the people who need them.

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Consulting

NPC's team of experts can help

Making a positive difference isn’t easy. Whether you’re a charity or funder, social enterprise or philanthropist, private sector or public sector body, our team of charity experts can help.

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Resources & Insights

The youth mental health crisis

We have identified six key areas where funders have the potential to create long-term positive change for children and young people mental health.

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NPC Ignites 2024

NPC's annual conference returns for 2024

On 15 October 2024 at 356 Holloway Road

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How will the environmental crises affect people in poverty and experiencing health inequalities in the UK?

Hear research into the impacts of environmental change and associated policies on people in poverty, and those experiencing health inequalities, in the UK.

On 24 June 2024, 10:30 am12:00 pm at Zoom

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