Do you have a great story to tell or are you passionate about an issue affecting the charity sector? NPC has a wide range of events from seminars for trustees, to topical debates, to our annual conference and we are always on the look out for great speakers. If this sounds like you, have a look a look at our events calendar and get in touch.
Sponsor or host an event
By sponsoring or hosting an NPC event you’ll be building your profile with our community of charities, social enterprises and funders. You’ll reach our 16,000 monthly unique web visitors, 25,000+ active Twitter followers and our email network of ~20,000 subscribers.
Our flagship annual conference, NPC Ignites, will be both online and in-person this October. We have a range of sponsorship opportunities for you to be a part of the leading conference for the charity sector.
Support our event bursary scheme
NPC’s event bursary scheme supports the access to resources and knowledge, to facilitate capacity building of small charities, ethnic minority charities of all sizes and ethnic minority representatives from charities of all sizes. Our event programme offers a mix of in person and online events. To facilitate in person events, we are seeking a pot to fund travel alongside delegate fees. We would also like to increase awareness of the scheme and generate more interest from minority-led charities, and ethnic minority delegates.
To find out more about speaking and sponsorship opportunities, please contact us or email us at events@thinkNPC.org or call 020 7620 4862. For more information read our event policies, terms and conditions.
Our annual conference will take place online and in-person from 11-13 October 2022.
What the UKSPF means for the voluntary sector, how they can get involved in it, and how we can ensure that existing projects do not lose out on funding before 2024.
Relationships are hard, but we’ve invested far too much to give up now. Maybe with a little better communication, we can both see the bigger picture and remember why we got together in the first place.
Recorded for the Philanthropisms Podcast: How the pandemic might reshape philanthropy and civil society.
We must rethink the ideas driving service delivery. In this guest blog, Joy MacKeith, Co-founder of Triangle, argues that a paradigm shift is needed to enable the right kind of help to reach those who need it.
Dan Corry joins the Charity Chat podcast to discuss how charities can rethink and rebuild following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read Dan Corry's NPC Ignites speech in full. This speech was delivered by our Chief Executive at our annual conference on 13 October 2021.
Sarah Vibert, Interim CEO of NCVO, discusses the ways in which the voluntary sector can work with and influence government. Sarah will be speaking at NPC Ignites 2021.
At an event on 16 September 2021, we launched the next phase of our Rethink, Rebuild programme of work. This initiative is about rethinking how charity and philanthropy operate and rebuilding together. Learn more about our five ideas for the future of the sector via this event recording.
The covid-19 pandemic brought about a host of changes in the experience and practises of charities and funders in the UK. We set up Rethink Rebuild to find out what those changes are, which changes helped make charities more impactful, and how they could be continued.
For most funders, impact measurement is one of the feedback loops that drives grant-making decisions, so we can’t rethink grant-making without rethinking the way we measure impact and learn from our grants.
No single organisation working alone can ever achieve its mission. Understanding how we contribute to the wider system should be at the heart of our strategies.