Third Sector

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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in charities; cutting through the jargon

There is so much jargon and so many different models associated with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in Third Sector organisations. In principle, deciding what to measure is very simple. Third Sector organisations create assets (products, programmes, interventions) and enable people to use those assets to create benefits for themselves and others. In other words, they do … Continue reading

Free Breakfast Sessions: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning for charities by ShoNet Systems

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning – Proving your impact (17/10/18) As a trusted NCVO partner, ShoNet will be hosting breakfast meetings at the NCVO head office in King’s Cross this Autumn. I will be there on 17th October as one of ShoNet’s partners. Come and join us for a morning of education and problem solving, with … Continue reading

The value of small and medium-sized charities

Sheffield Hallam University and the Lloyds Bank Foundation have recently published a report on the value added by small and medium-sized charities. Download the report here. The report says: Small and medium-sized charities (SMCs) − whose annual income falls between £10,000 and £1 million − are a vital part of everyday life in communities across … Continue reading

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