Open Philanthropy is about being transparent (outwardly open) and inclusive (inwardly open).
Coronavirus is a systemic change that demands a systemic response. We need to plot a more resilient, more equitable, more progressive future for our sector.
We are collating and analysing data that is relevant to the coronavirus outbreak, to help inform the response to this crisis from charities and funders.
We're exploring bold and imaginative responses in times of change to help the charity sector adapt and thrive.
The country is in a very deep crisis. At NPC we are working with philanthropists and partners on how they can more effectively fund charities now, and we want to hear your ideas about what more can be done.
Working in partnership on research and evaluation for Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham (Fulfilling Lives LSL), a project working with people facing multiple disadvantage across three London boroughs.
NPC Labs is our open innovation space for sharing our ideas, experiments and project development.
Our Data Labs project aims to open up government administrative data to the social sector. That way, charities, funders, government bodies and social enterprises can better understand the impact of their services on beneficiaries.
Leading a consortium of partners to share learning and understand the impact from an £11.5 million cross-government fund in partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund and Co-op Foundation to tackle loneliness.
Inspiring Impact supports people who work and volunteer for charities, funders, and social enterprises across the UK. We provide free online resources, peer learning networks, and grant funding, so you can plan, understand, and improve your impact.
Working with providers, funders, commissioners, policymakers and young people to improve the impact of services and youth work as part of a learning partnership for the Youth Investment Fund.
Supporting and celebrating outstanding charity trusteeship in organisations across the sector, regardless of size.