Your organisation or group is doing many great things that improve the lives of clients, volunteers and members of community, but you might struggle to evidence the impact of this to commissioners and funding bodies.
We have written an evaluation guide that introduces the basic concepts of evaluation, and helps you to start to think how to approach the evaluation.
What is evaluation?
Evaluation is an activity that helps you to assess your project and its achievements. Evaluation can provide evidence about what works or doesn’t work, what impact activities have on participants and the reasons why.
It can also help to highlight future improvement needs and determine if the project is worth delivering again, or if it is transferable to other areas.
In our Evaluation guide
- We discuss who does evaluation;
- What to evaluate, and
- How to evaluate – with step by step guidance to get you started to thinking about how you can do it!
We have also included
- Evaluation check list and
- Key word definitions
Download our evaluation guide
If you want to learn more, download our guide from here. The guide also gives information about where find out more about evaluation.
Contact us for advice on any evaluation related matters. Evaluation is a relatively straightforward activity, even though if often can feel quite daunting, please don’t struggle alone.
We also provide various evaluation services, and are always excited to hear more about your ideas and plans for fundraising, research and evaluation, and to discuss how we can support you to make these happen.