New Philanthropy Capital

www.thinknpc.org
Charity first registered in the UK on 27/03/2002 no: 1091450
Charities Commission data

This charity employs 42 people and has 2 volunteers.

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What it does

General Charitable Purposes

How it works

Provides ServicesProvides Advocacy/advice/informationSponsors Or Undertakes Research

Where it operates

Throughout England And Wales

Who it helps

Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
Other Defined Groups
The General Public/mankind


Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 5 grant making charities totalling £732,405

When Amount Donor To be used for
30/06/2018 £29,950 Esmee Fairbairn Towards updating, publication and dissemination of impact practice resources on theory of change and measurement frameworks, to be freely available to small and medium charities.
30/11/2016 £24,205 Lankelly Chase To research whether theories of change affect or facilitate systems thinking
25/08/2016 £15,000 Barrow Cadbury A programme of research to identify and develop responses to the changing context for the charity sector
30/06/2016 £15,000 Paul Hamlyn Foundation A contribution to the costs of year 4 of Inspiring Impact, the programme to help charities increase their impact through improvements in their use of evidence and evaluation.
22/06/2016 £15,000 Barrow Cadbury A contribution to continuation of the Inspiring Impact initiative, to broaden and deepen its reach.
31/07/2015 £600,000 National Lottery This is the continuation and development of the project to be delivered over three years. The project aims to help charities, funders and social enterprises across the UK better understand, measure and communicate their impact. This will ultimately help them deliver better outcomes for the people they aim to serve, and society as a whole. The project also complements the Big Lottery Fund’s work around creating a stronger civil society sector.
31/08/2014 £10,000 Paul Hamlyn Foundation A grant to New Philanthropy Capital Inspiring Impact Year 3
30/06/2014 £23,250 Lankelly Chase To map the landscape of systems change thinking as applied to social problems and the social sector, and to provide a critical summary of what is currently known about systems change in order to inform those who are planning to take action in the area.

Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers
30/06/2018 £3,333,520 £3,205,749 £127,771 3 42 2
30/06/2017 £3,036,911 £2,996,146 £40,765 £670,262 3 41 0
30/06/2016 £2,675,154 £2,617,167 £57,987 £629,497 3 40 0
30/06/2015 £2,088,533 £2,334,787 -£246,254 £607,040 3 32 0
30/06/2014 £2,604,754 £2,561,426 £43,328 £853,294 4 33 0
30/06/2013 £2,069,700 £2,274,114 -£204,414 £809,966 4 31 0
30/06/2012 £2,575,285 £2,353,492 £221,793 £1,014,380 5 29 0
30/06/2011 £1,963,641 £2,016,677 -£53,036 £792,587 5 28 0
30/06/2010 £2,780,957 £2,275,444 £505,513 £845,623 4 26 0
30/06/2009 £3,156,160 £3,122,545 £33,615 £340,110 1 32 8
30/06/2008 £5,634,752 £5,805,200 -£170,448 £306,495 1 37 0
30/06/2007 £2,786,660 £3,176,623 -£389,963 £476,943 2 30 0
30/06/2006 £2,109,617 £2,205,152 -£95,535 0
30/06/2005 £1,846,865 £1,633,822 £213,043 0
30/06/2004 £1,400,396 £1,246,631 £153,765 0

Trustees

This charity has 7 registered trustees.

  • John Bertram Stares
  • Lucy Manuela De Groot
  • Marcelle Speller
  • Peter Spencer William Wheeler
  • Simon Buckby
  • Sir Harvey Andrew Mcgrath
  • Vaughan Emerson Lindsay
Objectives

1) TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVE USE OF RESOURCES FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES BY EVALUATING THE GOVERNANCE OF PARTICULAR CHARITIES OR A RANGE OF CHARITIES AND THE IMPACT OF THEIR ACTIVITIES 2) TO ADVANCE ALL EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE PURPOSES UNDER ENGLISH LAW