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Success Factors for Voluntary Sector Projects - Research Report
Research report published into the key success factors for voluntary and community sector projects in Worcestershire.
Posted: 20/09/2017

Bid Writing
Worcester Muslin Welfare Association is looking for assistance in writing bids for grants and funding.
Posted: 15/07/2017

Swap and Share - Malvern Families
Onside Advancacy are seeking expressions of interest for facilitators to run their Swap and Share Project in Malvern
Posted: 15/07/2017

House of Lords Select Committee on Charities
Report and Reccommendations of the House of Lords Select Committee on Charities
Posted: 29/03/2017

Research Brief - The Strength of Voluntary Projects
Following the Sharing our Strength Conference applications are invited to carry out resesrch into the Strength of Voluntary Projects in Worcestershire
Posted: 22/03/2017

Sharing our Strength Conference Report
The Final Report on the Sharing our Strength Conference held in December is now available - including the The Way Forward for the sector
Posted: 09/03/2017


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New online tools to measure your impact

Two new online tools were launched on 26 June that will help charities and voluntary organisations measure their impact. New Philanthropy Capital joined Charities Evaluation Services to design the tools which were funded by the Cabinet Office, the Big Lottery and a few independent funders.

The tools are called Measuring Up (self assessment of your impact) and Impact Hub (resources to improve your impact practice).

You can use the Impact Hub to browse and search for resources to help you improve your impact practice. However, you should use the Measuring Up tool first as it will help identify the areas of impact practice you can improve and the sorts of resources that will help you do so.

Visit the Inspiring Impact site where you can find these tools.

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