Developing your digital roadmap

on 11 April 2018

Developing your digital roadmap is aimed at charities that are working out how to get started on their own digital change process, and the people who need to be bought into that change—senior managers, Chief Execs and trustees.


Women and girls tech fund

on 11 April 2018

NPC is in the process of scoping an initiative to identify and tackle priorities for digital technology to improve the pathways to employment of young women in Kenya and India.


My best life: Priorities for digital technology in the youth sector

on 5 April 2018

Over twelve months, we worked with a group of young people experiencing multiple disadvantages in the London Borough of Camden. We sought to understand their experiences—as told in their own words—and identify how digital technology could help.


Choosing an electronic case management system for your organisation

on 12 January 2018

Choosing the correct electronic data system or CRM for your organisation can be tricky. There are many things you need consider to ensure it will be suitable for your organisation. This paper is a guide for charities and other social sector organisations who are taking the steps to implement a new database.


Sensing a change: apps for the future

on 24 October 2017

Technology enables us to overcome certain human limitations. This unlocks all manner of possibilities, and could help charities improve service delivery. Andrew Weston looks at how.

Tris Lumley

Is grant-making fit for the digital future?

on 5 September 2017

As pretty much everyone has noticed, we’re in the middle of a great revolution driven by digital technology and the internet. But what should grant-making trusts and foundations make of this? Tris Lumley argues why much of funding practice is not currently compatible with the tech world.


Who represents the human in the digital age?

on 20 July 2017

Anni Rowland-Campbell, Director, Intersticia

Technology is advancing rapidly, taking us on rushing journey where we don’t quite know the destination. Anni Rowland-Campbell takes us through some of the important issues and theories of ‘the digital age’: where we are now and what’s to come. She argues that, if humanity is to be preserved, the philanthropic sector must place itself firmly at the forefront of determining where we’re headed.


Charities and tech companies: Natural bedfellows?

By Anna de Pulford
on 17 March 2017

For charities, cost is not the only barrier to embracing technology. Tech company Yoti are exploring how else they can support charities harness digital for good. Here Anna from their Social Partnerships team shares they've learned so far about making it work.


So you want to build an app…

on 12 May 2016

For many charities aware of the need to modernise, building an app can seem like a great way to step into the twenty first century. But is this the right approach? And how can charities ensure that their beneficiaries remain at the heart of the decision?


NPC’s response to consultation on the Government’s digital strategy

on 26 January 2016

Our submission to the Government's request for ideas on the UK's digital strategy