From 2017-21, ESS ran an evaluation and learning support contract for grantholders of The National Lottery Community Fund (TNLCF) in Scotland. This report has headline lessons about Providing grantholder support
This autumn ESS is running a learning group for third sector organisations who want to reflect and learn about positive partnerships as we move towards recovery. Early findings and conversations show that partnerships between third sector and public sector organisations were different and better during the Covid-19 crisis.
We’ve been delighted to work alongside Scotland’s Third Sector Interfaces (TSIs) to understand the roles TSIs played during the Covid-19 pandemic. This important report identifies the types of activities undertaken
As today is our 16th birthday, what better day to look back and celebrate our successes from the past year? It was filled with growing pains, to say the least, given the challenges we all faced due to Covid-19.
ESS’s Activities and Impact Report 2019/2020 highlights how we are flexible and adaptable in meeting the needs of the organisations we support. We worked with a total of 618 organisations last year! The report details the difference we made to third sector organisations and
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