Organisations we’ve worked with

NPC has worked with a wide range of organisations in the voluntary sector over the past 15 years. Here you can read about our work with charities and social enterprisesindividual donors and their families, trusts and foundations, government bodies and businesses.

MS Society

MS Society commissioned NPC to support the development of a new long-term strategy.

Lankelly Chase

We worked with Lankelly Chase to research the systems change landscape, and to demystify the topic for practitioners.

Stone Family Foundation

NPC worked with the Stone family through the early stages of their giving journey, and we now advise the foundation on a day-to-day basis.

Age Exchange

Age Exchange wanted to gather evidence of the impact of their work with older people. We helped them develop a theory of change and measurement framework for their new organisational strategy.

DHL UK Foundation

We helped the DHL UK Foundation to help proactively source a new charity partner.

Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales

Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales commissioned us to conduct research to inform its new strategy.

Alzheimer’s Society

We've worked with Alzheimer’s Society several times. On this occasion we helped create an impact framework resulting in several theories of change, including one for the whole organisation.


Scope commissioned us to support them in creating a theory of change for the whole organisation, and more detailed theories of change for their five strategic goals.


We worked with ASTO to develop a shared theory of change and measurement framework to help its members to explain and assess their work with young people.

Power to Change

We developed a strategy for Power to Change’s new Research Institute.


NPC has worked several times with Imara—a Nottingham-based Community Interest Company (CIC). On this project we helped them refine their approach to theory of change.


We managed Clinks's capacity building programme 'Improving your evidence', commissioned by the National Offender Management Service (NOMS), to improve the evidence base about what works with offenders.