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In April 2021, NPC held a philanthropist and funder peer network event on where the sector is falling short on racial justice. We sought to provide a window into the personal experiences of people of colour in grant-making.
This is the second in a series of joint blogs by Collaborate and NPC. In this piece, we explore the impact of the pandemic on our systems change evaluation work and how the crisis has affected systems change progress.
Voters in eight regions of England have elected metro mayors. As the country rebuilds from the pandemic and the levelling up agenda gathers pace, the charity sector must work with these newly elected mayors.
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, our Liz Gadd highlights that the interlinkages between mental health and the environment run much deeper and are more complex than climate anxiety or a mood lifting walk in the park.
NPC recently conducted an evaluation of Octavia's services. This project explored the impact of Octavia's outreach, befriending and activities service for isolated, older and vulnerable people, and it offers advice to those also looking to embrace impact measurement.
On 28 April 2021, NPC held an event on how philanthropists approached the unprecedented events of 2020 in the US and the UK. Full recording here.
In the closing session of our annual conference last year, we learnt about how one of the world’s largest foundations generated funds to help drive an equitable recovery from the pandemic.
The UK democracy sector faces challenges similar to those faced by charities. Whether it’s building a thriving democracy or tackling homelessness, if we’re to achieve our charitable missions, we need to find ways to be more open and collaborative.
The pandemic has shone a spotlight on volunteers and accelerated some trends that were already in progress before Covid-19 hit. What should trustees be doing to ensure their charity is harnessing the power of volunteers?
NPC’s philanthropist and funder peer network recently came together to discuss the North/South divide in English philanthropy.