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Blogs

Place and the future of the social sector

on 7 December 2018

Against a backdrop of growing need and a shrinking state, the social sector needs effective answers and solutions. Here we launch a commitment by charities, funders and infrastructure bodies to work in a way that emphasises place as a positive way to achieve the changes we are all working towards.

Blogs

Treating homelessness as a systemic problem

on 29 November 2018

NPC Senior Consultant Rachel Tait gives an overview of the findings of our recent report on the systems level causes-of and solutions-to the problem of homelessness.

Resources

Tackling the homelessness crisis: Why and how you should fund systemically

on 26 November 2018

Homelessness is a problem which has grown massively in the last decade. It is attracting more attention as it becomes more visible on our streets, but is a complex issue that goes far beyond rough sleeping. Here we set homelessness in it's correct context, as a problem caused

Resources

Funding a good start: Philanthropy and the early years sector in the UK

on 20 November 2018

Funders can help reduce inequalities in life outcomes by supporting charities intervening in this early period of a child’s life. Here we outline the various ways in which philanthropists could make an impact in this area.

Blogs

Measuring the multiplicity of impact

on 16 November 2018

NPC Senior Consultant Anoushka Kenley considers what economic analysis has to offer those thing about how to measure impact.

Blogs

Exciting to witness how grantmakers are showing leadership

By Fran Perrin
on 9 November 2018

Fran Perrin, Founder of the Indigo Trust and Chair of 360Giving, shares her delight at the shift in the grant-making community towards embracing data and digital and asks what can be done to enable the trend.

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Events & Training

Stories and numbers: Choosing what impact data to collect

On 22 January 2019, 2:00 pm4:30 pm
at 356 Holloway Road

Exploring what’s the best balance to reach between quantitative and qualitative data.

Blogs

NPC announce new Chair Elect: Vaughan Lindsay

on 29 October 2018

New Philanthropy Capital are excited to announce the new Chair Elect of their trustee board is Vaughan Lindsay. He will chair the trustees in the new year, as Richard Atterbury steps down following six years as in the role.

Blogs

How to understand and use social sector data

on 24 October 2018

Don't know where to start collecting, analysing and using data? NPC can help.

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Blogs

Why we need to do user involvement right

on 17 October 2018

User involvement is in the spotlight, and while participatory and influencing practices are nothing new, they are now making it to the mainstream. But are they being used as well as they could be? Rosie McLeod, Deputy Head of Measurement and Evaluation explores her new research.

Events & Training

Policy briefing with Laura Kuenssberg

On 15 January 2019, 1:00 pm2:00 pm
at Fourth Floor, Harling House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street
Resources

Where next for charities and civil society? Dan Corry’s NPC Ignites 2018 speech

on 11 October 2018

At this year's NPC Ignites conference, NPC CEO Dan Corry asked the sector to imagine what an ideal version of itself might look like. He identified areas for improvement, such as concern for impact, and used new evidence together with existing resources to show there are issues with the sectors geog

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