About this event
We would be delighted if you were able to join us at this years summer reception.
We are pleased that Samir Patel, who became Chief Executive of Comic Relief in April, will be joining us to share his thoughts on rethinking and rebuilding the sector through and beyond Covid-19. And we will outline what NPC has been up to this past year and our intentions for helping the sector on the recovery phase.
We will be using an online networking platform so that you will have the opportunity to discuss the issues raised in smaller groups, and a chance to connect one to one with each other.
Any questions please contact the events team.
Join us at our annual summer reception to hear from our Chief Executive, Dan Corry and Samir Patel, CEO of Comic Relief who will be sharing his thoughts on rethinking and rebuilding the social sector.
Following on from our previous workshops, we will bring funders together to take a closer look into measuring impact in an age of flexible funding
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