Good news – some funders are using grantholder learning and doing so well! This blog contains some tips from the Funder Evaluation and Learning group that might interest grantholders and inspire other funders.
Young people from the Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) were commissioned by Scottish Government to carry out an evaluation of Scottish Government funded mental health and wellbeing community support and services for 5–24-year-olds, their parents and carers.
We have come to the end of the second month of sharing our #EvaluationChallenges theme. This time, we have been sharing the difficulties that organisations may face in getting everyone on board with evaluation.
This past month, we have been busy on our Twitter sharing common problems and quick solutions related to “making evaluation work for you”, as part of our latest theme, #EvaluationChallenges! In case you missed it, here’s a round-up of what we’ve shared so far.
If you feel overwhelmed by all the digital evaluation tools out there, first of all, do not panic! You are probably already doing all the right things but just need to review the factors that influence how you choose your evaluation methods.
ESS wants to use its 17th birthday as an opportunity to celebrate. Like all third sector organisations, our resilience has been tested over the last two years (and we don’t mean by lateral flow devices).
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