- Rural racism towards our workforce in Shropshire: would you like to share your experiences?
- Shropshire charities invited to question-busting events
- Thrive at Work Wellbeing Programme
- Final chance to sign up for free arts and craft courses
- Workshop – setting up an open access youth group in a small rural place.
Tag Archives: New Philanthropy Capital
There are fewer charities in the most deprived areas of the country, says NPC report There is a stark divide between where charities are most needed and where they are actually located, according to a new report published today by … Continue reading
You are invited to attend: Shropshire Voluntary and Community Sector Annual Assembly 2018 Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM The Voluntary and Community Sector Assembly (VCSA) will be holding their Annual General Meeting on the 24th … Continue reading
Sector think tank New Philanthropy Capital held a seminar in June about how charities can make their data more meaningful, as part of a series designed to give an introduction to impact measurement. NPC has put together a practical briefing … Continue reading
The Charity Commission should require all charities to report on their impact through the Statement of Recommended Practice, and amend guidance on paying trustees, a paper from New Philanthropy Capital has said. The Paper, It starts from the top: Improving … Continue reading
As the world around us changes, the charity sector must keep up. Whether you are the leader of a large or small charity, a corporate, statutory or independent funder, or a social enterprise that is new or established, you will … Continue reading
Sector think tank NPC has published the first report from its ‘State of the Sector’ programme, which aims to inject new thinking and ideas about how sector leaders can respond to the changing environment. The report ‘Boldness in times of … Continue reading