Dame Stephanie Shirley: Lessons from Philanthropy
4 July 2022
For 20 years NPC has been helping philanthropists and charities to maximise social impact in the lives of the people they serve. To mark our 20th birthday, we’ve been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact? In this interview, Dame Stephanie Shirley and Angela Kail discuss what she’s learnt from a life in philanthropy. Opinions are the interviewee’s own. Dame Stephanie Shirley’s books, Let It Go, and So To Speak, can be ordered via www.steveshirley.com. Every penny she receives goes to Autistica.
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For more on Dame Stephanie Shirley’s philanthropy, visit www.steveshirley.com/philanthropy.
We hope you find these essays and interviews engaging and thought provoking. We’d love to hear what you think the future holds, and what you believe NPC should be focusing on. You can join the conversation using the hashtag #20yearsofNPC or through our events. As a charity ourselves we rely on the generosity of those who value our work to help us to continue to produce research and guidance to support the sector in maximising social impact. Visit the 20 years of NPC page to find out more.
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