Impact

August 4, 2016

“Information on what impact means and how you can plan, deliver, assess and communicate it in your organisation.” Giving guides to what it is, why it’s important and more. Impact

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Theory of change

August 4, 2016

“NPC leads the way in supporting funders and charities of all shapes and sizes to develop their own theory of change. This versatile framework can help you clarify your focus and pinpoint exactly how you are driving change—whether through your …

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Evaluating community projects

August 4, 2016

“Put simply, evaluation by members of a project or organisation will help people to learn from their day-to-day work. It can be used by a group of people, or by individuals working alone. It assesses the effectiveness of a piece …

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15 ways to show value

August 4, 2016

Here are 15 sure-fire ways to increase your value to the organisation, and show this worth to the rest of the community. http://www.amanet.org/training/articles/15-Ways-to-Show-Your-Value.aspx

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Assessing social impact

August 4, 2016

“The goal of social impact assessment is to drive improvements that increase the value of programs to the people they serve. Social impact assessment helps organizations to plan better, implement more effectively, and successfully bring initiatives to scale. Assessment

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SSE

Training to help you measure your impact

August 13, 2015

The School for Social Entrepreneurs runs a training course specifically designed to help community organisations, non-profits and social enterprises think about measuring the impact of the work they do. As well as making your organisation more attractive to funders, being &h

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InspiringImpact

Find out how to show you’re making a difference with Measuring Up!

January 5, 2015

Measuring Up! is a straightforward, step-by-step self-assessment tool that allows you to review and improve your organisation’s ‘impact practice’ – this means the way you plan, evidence, communicate and learn from the difference that your work makes. Thinking

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Local Trust

How to write a case study

September 5, 2014

Writing case studies is a great way to get down on paper what you are your group are up to. They can be a really useful way of showing the difference you’re making – this is helpful for a whole …

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The Guardian

How to measure your impact as a small charity

June 9, 2014

This article from February 2014 has some insight and advice that will help you decide the best way to measure your impact. You don’t have to be a big, national charity to give these issues some thought, in fact there …

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Key lessons for measuring social impact

May 23, 2014

This blog post outlines five key things that you should know about measuring your social impact. It was published in April 2014 in the School for Social Entrepreneurs’ blog. The School for Social Entrepreneurs provides training and help for social …

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