Rethinking and rebuilding the charity sector post-pandemic

By Alex Miller 21 September 2021 1 minute read

We have launched the next phase of our Rethink, Rebuild programme. This initiative is about rethinking how charity and philanthropy operate and rebuilding together as we emerge from this crisis. Through workshops, conversations, and our NPC Labs site, we’ve brought together over 300 voices from charities, funders, and others in the social sector, and from this we have developed five ideas for the future of charity and philanthropy. At an event on 16 September 2021, we introduced these five ideas and discussed them with a panel of charity experts.

Our event was chaired by Albert Tucker, a Trustee of NPC, and our speakers were, Lord Victor Adebowale, Co-Founder and Chairman of Visionable, former Chief Executive of Turning Point, current Chair of the NHS Confederation and one of the first individuals to become a People’s Peer; Dr Kaneez Shaid, Head of Community Engagement at Rethink Mental Illness; Juliet Mountain, Director of Shaw TrustLeah Davis, Head of Policy and External Affairs at NPC; and Seth Reynolds, Principal: Systems Change at NPC. Our ideas focus on equitable collaborationa systemic approach to charity strategygetting the balance right between trust and impact measurement in philanthropyshared intelligence, and social recovery. You can watch the full event recording below.

At an event on 16 September 2021, @NPCthinks launched the next phase of #RethinkRebuild. This recording shares their five ideas for the future of the social sector: Click To Tweet