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Learn how to develop effective impact and evaluation practices in your organisation.

About impact and evaluation

Demonstrating the difference you make through impact measurement and evaluation is increasingly important for voluntary organisations. In this section we find out why and learn about the evaluation process.

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Planning your impact and evaluation

Identifying the difference you want to make is the first step in the evaluation process. It can help you plan new work, and decide what information to collect to evaluate your programmes and services. Find out more about practical planning approaches and how to use them.

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Measuring your impact

Collecting evaluation data helps you evidence the difference you make. Learn about the different tools and techniques available and how to choose an approach for your organisation.

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Evaluation and impact reporting

Identify what difference your work has made, what has gone well and where you can improve. This section explores how to generate evaluation findings and to report clearly in an appropriate format.

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Using your evaluation findings

There are many benefits of evaluation and a number of different ways to use your evaluation findings. Whether you want to secure funding, demonstrate accountability, share your learning for the benefit of the sector, or make your programmes more effective, using what you have found out is a vital part of the evaluation process.

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Evaluation for funders and commissioners

Many funders and commissioners want to understand more about the difference their money makes. Find out how you can do so effectively.

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