Results for: Funders and funded relationships
Building mutually beneficial relationships – Top tips for Funded Organisations
Top tips for funded organisations about how to build mutually beneficial relationship with their funders.
Building mutually beneficial relationships – Top tips for Funders
Top tips for funders about how to build mutually beneficial relationship with their funding organisations.
Does Your Money Make a Difference? (2010)
The second edition of this publication by CES’ Does Your Money Make a Difference? This monitoring and evaluation good practice guide for funders was originally developed from a study for
We worked with the SFF to produce The Evaluation Declaration. This has 5 statements that describe why monitoring, evaluation and reporting are important and what they should achieve. Funders are saying they believe evaluation is valuable, relevant, proportionate, supported and involves looking from the inside and outside at our work.
Evaluation Declaration Health Check Tool
Filling in the Evaluation Declaration Health Check tool will help you think about the way you undertake monitoring and evaluation in your role as a funder and your relationship with funded organisations.
Evaluation Declaration Health Check Tool – Guidance
The ‘Evaluation Declaration’ health check tool helps funders think about the way they undertake monitoring and evaluation and their relationships with funded organisations.
Funders and Funded Relationships Case Study: Adapting project outcomes if things don’t initially work out (CHANGES Community Health Project)
Shows how a learning approach can mutually benefit both funders and funded organisations.
Funders and Funded Relationships Case Study: Clear communication and constructive feedback (Befrienders Highland)
Shows how the Big Lottery Fund supports the organisations they fund throughout the application and reporting stages.
Funders and Funded Relationships Case Study: Doing something different to feedback to our funders (Lightburn Elderly Association Project)
Shows funders how being flexible with reporting requirements can help funded organisations tell their story.