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Resources for Analysing and Reporting

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Case study

Case study

Case Study: A funder that supports reporting

Keep Scotland Beautiful, which runs the Climate Challenge Fund, helps funded projects to measure and report on their outcomes. Please ...

Case study

Case study: Doing something different to feedback to our funders

This case study shows how funders that are flexible with their reporting requirements help funded organisations tell their story.

Case study

Case Study: Improving reporting to funders - Youth Borders

Local youth groups in the Scottish Borders were not telling the full story of the effectiveness of services, focussing more ...

Case study

Case study: Installing a new database - ESS's experience

Why collect all that great feedback in creative and engaging ways if it can't be easily used for process improvement ...

ESS support guide

ESS support guide

ESS Support Guide 3.1 - Analysing information for evaluation

This guide covers how you can analyse and make sense of the information you have gathered through evaluation so that ...

ESS support guide

ESS Support Guide 3.2 - Writing case studies

One of the ways we report on our work and our evaluation is through case studies. This support guide gives ...

ESS support guide

ESS Support Guide 3.3: Report writing

This guide helps you think about how to turn your evaluation information into a report for funders and others.

ESS support guide

ESS Support Guide 3.4 - Using Qualitative Information for Evaluation

This guide will help you to think through how you can make use of qualitative information in evaluation. It looks ...

Report

Report

New principles for grant reporting (December 2018)

A group of funders and charities have developed 6 principles to make grant reporting more meaningful and mutually beneficial

Evaluation tool

Evaluation tool

Quirkos

Quirkos is a qualitative analysis software package which has been developed by social researchers to allow researchers to visually analyse ...

Evaluation tool

Reporting Template

This template sets out what most funders are looking for in reports. It is taken from Harmonising Reporting - a ...

Evaluation guide

Evaluation guide

Stats & Stories in community settings:a guide to blending different types of evidence in evaluation reports

This guide is aimed at third sector organisations. It is a practical guide to reporting on outcomes blending qualitative and ...

Other Resources

Building mutually beneficial relationships - Top tips for Funded Organisations

In 2014 a group of seven projects funded by the ALLIANCE Self Management IMPACT Fund came together with Fund staff ...

Harmonising Reporting

Research on reporting found that funders don’t always get what they need from the reports they receive and that voluntary ...

Harmonising Reporting

Research on reporting found that funders don’t always get what they need from the reports they receive and that voluntary ...

Life Changes Trust Evaluation Toolkit (2016)

This online toolkit has been developed primarily as a resource for staff at the Life Changes Trust and for the ...

The W.K Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook

This handbook provides a framework for thinking about evaluation as a relevant and useful program tool.

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