The Charity Governance Awards is an exciting not-for-profit initiative created to celebrate outstanding governance in charities both small and large.
NPC has worked with the Clothworkers’ Company over many years to support and promote good governance, something, which is critical to our mission of improving charities’ impact.
The awards shines a spotlight on the best good governance across the sector. It demonstrates how effective governance can transform a charity and the lives of its beneficiaries.
We are proud to sponsor the award’s three Improving Impact categories:
- Improving Impact: charities with 3 paid staff or fewer (including charities with no paid staff). Read more >
- Improving Impact: charities with 4–25 paid staff. Read more >
- Improving impact: charities with 26 paid staff or more. Read more >
Related resources and insights
This policy paper outlines how we can improve charity governance and, by extension, the impact of the sector as a whole. In it, we address some key governance issues, and make recommendations to a number of key players in the sector and beyond.
There has been much doom and gloom about the fortunes of the sector over the past year, and much of the fault for recent scandals has been laid at the door of trustees. So it is refreshing to gain a more positive perspective in the form of an award ceremony for exemplary charity governance.
This guide draws on the experiences and insights of active, ambitious trustees, as well as NPC’s own knowledge gained over nearly 15 years working with charities and funders. We use these insights to explore how boards can get the most from their organisations and do the best for their beneficiaries.
David Attenborough, Zadie Smith... and charity board members? Trustees are a national treasure, Ruth Gripper argues. And now there is a way to recognise their contribution.
This paper outlines what it means to have a truly diverse board of trustees and what it brings to an organisation. It also explores how to manage and maintain a board that is diverse.