Our key documents

Sharing NAPAC’s key documents and making them easy to find is part of our commitment to transparency.

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NAPAC’s commitment to transparency

On this page you will find NAPAC’s public accounts and annual financial records and our other key strategic and governance documents.

We are committed to transparency because we aim to:

  • contribute to the growing understanding of the support that adult survivors of abuse in childhood find useful,
  • further develop the ways in which services can develop to be more trauma-informed and avoid contributing to re-traumatisation, and
  • highlight the investment of time survivors make when they engage with support services.

If you have any queries or requests relating to these documents, please contact our office team by email info@napac.org.uk 

 

Strategic plan

NAPAC’s Strategic Plan 2018-2023, updated Autumn 2020

 

 

 

Impact report

In February 2021, NAPAC launched it’s first Impact Report. We wrote about the development of the report and its launch – click here to read the blog. 

NAPAC’s first Impact Report – April 2019 to March 2020

Accounts and annual returns

NAPAC’s accounts and annual returns are filed each year with the Charity Commission – you can view these and other governance documents on the Charity Commission website.

 

For the media

If you’re a journalist writing about non-recent abuse we advise reading our media guidelines, and contacting us if you’re working on a story involving survivors of abuse media@napac.org.uk 

 

NAPAC’s media guidelines

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