Inspiring Impact is a programme that aims to change the way the UK voluntary sector thinks about impact and make high quality impact measurement the norm for charities and social enterprises by 2022. Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) is one of the partners involved and leads on Inspiring Impact Scotland.
This case study report, produced by ESS, is one of the outputs of the Inspiring Impact programme (find out more at www.inspiringimpact.org). The content of the report draws on formal research and face-to-face interviews with individuals from Scottish charities, who have responsibility for measuring the impact of their organisation’s work.
The three charities featured in this report were chosen as case studies on the basis that they are inspiring examples of good impact practice, and also for their efforts in promoting the case for adopting an impact approach. The Health and Social Care Alliance, Includem and Youth-Link (Dundee) are champions for Inspiring Impact’s Case for an Impact Approach and Code of Good Impact Practice.
You can download the report using the link below. For more information about ESS’s work on Inspiring Impact, click here.