Giulia Todres

Giulia works with charities, funders and impact investors to help them to better understand and improve their impact. She advises on theory of change, impact measurement and evaluation, strategy and systems change.

Examples of Giulia’s work include working as part of the learning and evaluation team for the government’s Building Connections Fund to understand how charities adapted their work to support communities during Covid-19, supporting Amnesty International UK to develop its new eight-year strategy and working with Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham to identify ways to improve the support system for those experiencing multiple disadvantage in the three boroughs.

Giulia works with organisations to articulate and measure how their work supports long-term impact at scale; this includes work with the Centre for Ageing Better, Comic Relief’s Change Makers programme and the Social Investment Scotland (SIS) Ventures portfolio. She also supports the Stone Family Foundation’s grant-making in Mental Health and Disadvantaged Youth, managing the current portfolios and developing new partnership opportunities. Giulia is interested in supporting good governance in the impact sector and works on NPC’s trusteeship seminars run in partnership with The Clothworkers’ Company.

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Why I work for NPC

At NPC, I have the opportunity to support social sector organisations to try out innovative approaches and take practical steps to help them achieve greater impact.

Highlights of my work

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Publications

Reflections from the Building Connections Fund developmental evaluation

Tips to help your remote project tackle loneliness

Collaborating for a cause

Blogs

Tackling loneliness through trusted relationships

What we’ve learnt from systems mapping

How can trustees help charities harness digital?

Three things to think about when asking sensitive survey questions

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