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This year #NPCIgnites will be across three consecutive days with two days (11th & 13th) being online and one day (12th) in-person, with the option to watch the in-person day online as well. We hope that this provides networking opportunities for those that wish to meet in-person.
On day one we’ll be debating the big themes facing charity and society, including the cost of living crisis and what the climate emergency means for social charities. Day two will explore charities and state, including whether levelling up can succeed and what organisational model we need for successful campaigning. Day three will ask where next for philanthropy and grant-making? Debating what the future looks like for philanthropy.
One ticket gets you entry to all 3 days. When booking your ticket please select online only or online and in-person and don’t forget we have bursary places and one-to one surgery sessions up for grabs too. For all the latest updates sign up to our weekly newsletter.
We have a fantastic speaker line up so far and we are adding new names every week, they include: Jason Arthur, Director, Mission 44; Gavin Kelly, Chair, Chief Executive, Resolution Foundation; Kathy Evans, Chief Executive, Children England; David Knott, Chief Executive, National Lottery Community Fund; Paul Parker, Recording Clerk, Quakers in Britain; Leah Davis, Head of Policy and External Affairs, NPC; Manny Hothi, Chief Executive, Trust for London and Rocio Concha, Director of Policy and Advocacy, Chief Economist, Which?
Comprehensive, thought provoking and forward looking