About Inspiring Impact
Inspiring Impact is a UK-wide partnership that aims to change the way the UK voluntary sector thinks about impact. Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) is the Inspiring Impact Scotland partner. The programme provides free online resources, peer learning networks, and grant funding, so you can plan, understand, and improve your impact
In Scotland we run an annual programme of free impact networking events for people in third sector organisations and funders.
Peer learning event
Evaluating Online and Remote Activities
Event fully booked
27/10/2020 12:00 pm – 12:00 pm
We know that many organisations plan to continue delivering some activities online, at least in the short term. But what are the implications for your evaluation?
For reports and resources from past Scotland events please see the past events page
Inspiring Impact case study: Getting colleagues on board with evaluation
This case study tells the story of how Changeworks, one of Scotland’s largest environmental charities, got colleagues on board to embed their evaluation systems through the whole organisation. They formed
Inspiring Impact Case study: Embedding evaluation – Harnessing the enthusiasm of staff to make evaluation stick
This case study from Royal Society of Edinburgh is about taking a whole organisational approach to embedding evaluation. Read it if your organisation wants to understand the impact of what it does.
Inspiring Impact Case Study – Circle
Circle is a Scottish charity working at the heart of deprived communities across central Scotland. Their aim is to support the most disadvantaged and difficult-to-engage children and families to improve
Inspiring Impact Case Study: Children 1st
Children 1st is Scotland’s National Children’s charity. They help Scotland’s families to put children first, with practical advice and with support in difficult times. And when the worst happens,
Inspiring Impact Case Study: Macrobert Arts Centre
Macrobert Arts Centre, based on the University of Stirling campus, offers a busy programme of live, film and creative learning events across the Forth Valley. There is a staff team
Inspiring Impact Case Study: The Robertson Trust
The Robertson Trust is the largest independent grant-making trust in Scotland. The Trust aims to improve the quality of life and realises the potential of people and communities in Scotland.
Inspiring Impact Case Study: Evaluating the Festival City Volunteers project
Written by Marion Findlay, Volunteer Edinburgh, this case study shows how volunteers can be part of your evaluation. The project’s funders wanted strong evidence of the impact of health and
Choosing a data management system for your organisation: Frontline perspective
This paper by Inspiring Impact offers honest insights from organisations to highlight practical challenges encountered by others, help others navigate the process and avoid common pitfalls, and ensure they consider all the options.