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We're pleased to announce we'll be leading a consortium of evaluation and learning providers for the Building Connections Fund—an £11.5m investment to tackle loneliness, funded by the UK Government, the Big Lottery Fund and the Co-op Foundation.
Homelessness is a problem which has grown massively in the last decade. It is attracting more attention as it becomes more visible on our streets, but is a complex issue that goes far beyond rough sleeping. Here we set homelessness in it's correct context, as a problem caused
As 2018 draws to a close, it’s the perfect time to take a step back and reflect on the last 12 months. This year has featured some big challenges. Find out how we responded to some of the complex issues of 2018.
Exploring what’s the best balance to reach between quantitative and qualitative data.
Our commitment, signed by charities, funders and infrastructure bodies to work in a way that emphasises place as a positive way to achieve the changes we are all working towards.
Involving users in shaping services and strategies is increasingly considered to be both the right and most effective way for the social sector and charities to work. This paper argues for a greater focus in the social sector on what user involvement aims to achieve and evidencing its effectiveness.
This seminar explores how communicating the story of your data can influence how well your audiences engages with the findings, and how much can be learnt from them.
This one day training with talk you through implementing a clear and robust theory of change that can help to develop and refine your strategy.
On the 5th of November 2018 Mims Davies was made Minister for Sport and Civil Society. Here NPC CEO Dan Corry welcomes her to the role and suggests some priorities to make her time in the role a success.
We have a team of around 35 staff, offering a range of industry knowledge and proficiency. Learn about their skills, experience, background and current work on everything from theory of change to philanthropy impact.