We are working towards a future where our health and care system is sustainable, recognised for excellence and meets the needs of our evolving society. We envisage a world where individuals play a role in shaping their own care alongside policy makers and practitioners.
We want to create a society that is fit for the future, building on the successes of William Beveridge’s vision for a society that is “fit for heroes”.
Our charity grew out of the National Nursery Examination Board, which was formed in 1945 and we are proud to have Her Majesty the Queen as our Royal Patron. Find out more about FCC’s history.
FCC’s diverse staff team brings a range of experiences: from academia, management consulting and the civil service, to NHS, banking and think tanks. This small, expert team is based near London’s Victoria station as well as from locations near Colchester, Exeter, and Manchester. Meet our staff team.
Our board of trustees is chaired by Andrew Whelan and brings together people with a breadth of experiences from the public, private and voluntary sectors. Meet our board of trustees.