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The sector at its best

on 8 November 2013

Dan Corry's keynote speech at our Annual Conference: Improving impact measurement & analysis.

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Trusteeship in a small charity

on 23 September 2013

NPC's briefing paper for trustees following our seminar on the role of trustees in small charities.

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The fundraising trustee

By Anne Lorenz
on 21 May 2013

In light of ongoing budget cuts and falling donations, charities are having to come up with innovative and entrepreneurial ways to diversify and develop new income streams. Fundraising has become more important than ever.

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The fundraising dilemma

on 10 May 2013

Fundraisers in British charities have done an amazing job. But, and it is a big but, they now appear to be on the horns of a dilemma: the fundraising techniques that still work well also undermine the brand of British charities.

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Volunteers and data collection

on 24 January 2013

Volunteers are the lifeblood of many charities and play an integral role in the services they provide. At NPC’s Impact Leadership Conference last week, we heard from two charities that had successfully motivated their volunteers to collect reliable impact data.

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The morality of charity

on 26 November 2012

A lot of us hold the belief that we should give to charity, be it from a sense of religious duty, or from a feeling that we should give something back. Yet the question of morality seems to end once we have decided whether or not to give.

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Business Connectors

on 6 August 2012

We’re helping Business in the Community (BITC) to measure the impact of an ambitious new programme which harnesses business expertise to tackle local issues.

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The Olympic legacy: Using sport to change lives

on 13 July 2012

Legacy was at the heart of London’s Olympic bid which pledged to ‘inspire a generation’. What will this mean in practice? How can we harness the energy around sport this summer to engage disadvantaged young people and communities and improve lives? How can we measure the benefits of sport?

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NEETs charities must work together to prove their worth

By Abi Levitt
on 16 May 2012

Read about the shared measurement pilot in which Tomorrow's People took part in Impact measurement in the NEETs sector, published today and available to download for free from NPC's website.

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Digging down into donor motivation

on 12 March 2012

At NPC we are passionate about helping the voluntary sector achieve as much as it can; helping charities and funders make the biggest possible difference to the lives of the people they help.

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The importance of mental health problems are often lost in translation

on 2 February 2012

Too often, experts don't translate their jargon into the language of their audience; this is true of mental health and employment as it is of many areas.

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Social Impact Analysts Association (SIAA) launches today

By Sarah Duncan
on 1 December 2011

Today, two-and-a-half years on, and after much planning and discussion about what such an organisation would look like, the Social Impact Analysts Association (SIAA) launches with a sold-out ‘unconference’ in central London.

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