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. For more information read our event policies, terms and conditions.
Please contact us at events@thinkNPC.org or 020 7620 4862.
Following the publication of the Health Foundation’s COVID-19 impact inquiry on 6 July, this event will ask what the long term impacts are on the nation's health, and how the charities can work together to address health inequalities.
With the recent relaxation of Covid-19 regulations in England, can we find a metric that helps us better understand the health of our sector as we enter a world without coronavirus restrictions?
A crisis can bring us together. In actuality, covid has further exposed the divides in our society. We want to discuss inequality and how we can tackle it, using what we learnt during the pandemic.
Seismic shifts are occurring in our sector – not just in practices, but also in attitudes.
On 28 April 2021, NPC held an event on how philanthropists approached the unprecedented events of 2020 in the US and the UK. Full recording here.
In the closing session of our annual conference last year, we learnt about how one of the world’s largest foundations generated funds to help drive an equitable recovery from the pandemic.
Levelling up should be about more than transport and buildings. The social issues Britain’s charities are tackling can be just as much of a drag on prosperity.
NPC held an event on 17 March 2021 on how data-driven decisions can help you respond to existing and newly emerging issues. Full recording here.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, St John Ambulance volunteers have been supporting the NHS. Now they are involved in their biggest ever peacetime project: assisting with the UK's Covid-19 vaccine roll out.
This event will be an opportunity to hear from some of those in the sector (and outside) who are doing some of this big thinking.
Towards a more resilient, more equitable, more progressive future for our sector, our economy, and our society.
You need to know where you are now before mapping out where you’d like to get to. But how do you do this when everything is changing?