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NPC welcomes new Minister for Sport and Civil Society, Mims Davies

on 28 November 2018

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.

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2018 Budget reaction from NPC CEO Dan Corry

on 30 October 2018

Dan Corry's statement on the Budget of 2018.

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NPC announce new Chair Elect: Vaughan Lindsay

on 29 October 2018

New Philanthropy Capital are excited to announce the new Chair Elect of their trustee board is Vaughan Lindsay. He will chair the trustees in the new year, as Richard Atterbury steps down following six years as in the role.

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Highlights of Ignites

on 27 September 2018

#NPC Ignites is just two weeks away and excitement is building here at NPC towers. Here two members of staff discuss what they are most excited to see at the conference.

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Welcome to our new (more user-friendly) website

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on 13 September 2018

Katy Murray, NPC Comms Manager, sets out some of the thinking behind our new website.

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Our long-term vision for the voluntary sector in criminal justice

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on 28 June 2018

Consultant Grace Wyld sets out the three areas which will define NPC's criminal justice work over the next year.

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Submission to the civil society strategy

on 25 May 2018

Head of Policy, Nathan Yeowell, gives a brief rundown of NPC's submission to the civil society strategy.

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Queen’s Speech 2017: Heads down, there’s work to be done

on 21 June 2017

For what was billed to be a pared-down Queen's speech, there was a lot in the today's announcement of parliament's upcoming agenda. Patrick Murray, NPC's Head of Policy and External Affairs, gives a run down of what was said, what wasn't said, and what it all means for charities.

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Health Data Lab: An initiative whose time has come

on 14 March 2017

NPC and 24 leading charities have written to the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt MP, asking for his backing and for a Health Data Lab. Read more about what this means and why it would help improve the impact of services on people’s health.

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How to close a charity

on 15 February 2017

A charity closing is not a bad thing if it benefits its users. When news hit last September that leading childcare charity 4Children had ceased operating, NPC’s CEO Dan Corry argued that charity sector should learn from this type of event. The charity, it seemed, had managed to close in a way that did minimal damage to its beneficiaries and staff—a major coup. So what went right? We spoke to it’s former and final CEO to learn from their successful closure.

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Charity sector news: A post-holidays catch-up

on 5 January 2017

While we may have been relaxing over the holidays, the ever-scrolling news cycle doesn’t rest. As we’re left with mince pie crumbs and 2017 stretches out before us, we bring you the charity news you missed to prep you for the new year.

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Looking ahead to 2017: A new year and a new milestone

on 4 January 2017

January is always a good time to refocus on your goals and ambitions—especially so for us at NPC, because 2017 marks our 15th anniversary. Here our CEO Dan Corry outlines some of the areas we'll be focused on in the coming year—from innovations in evaluation to user voice, impact management to how charities can support public services.

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