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Five reasons to get involved with impact reporting

on 16 March 2012

The demands for charities and social enterprises to provide more information about their work are increasing from all angles. Funders, supporters, beneficiaries, policy-makers, even the media are keen to know about the difference charities make to the people they help and the causes they champion.

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Impact measurement: A how-to guide

on 31 January 2012

We are all natural-born researchers. All you need is a sense of curiosity and a dogged nature to continue to ask questions, test new approaches and meticulously measure any change that occurs.

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Gemma Davidson
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How to win coverage with your charity case studies

By Gemma Davidson
on 15 November 2011

As the cuts continue to bite, it is more important than ever that charities get their voices heard, and one way to do this is through telling good stories. In this post, originally published in NPC's online magazine, Gemma Davidson shares her thoughts on how to write compelling case studies.....

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James Lambert
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Trusteeship: Being an ambassador for your charity

on 1 November 2011

James Lambert has been involved with IntoUniversity since its foundation, and in December 2009 became the new Chair. In this blog, James talks about the trustee's role as an ambassador for a charity, and the importance of being able to talk about the impact your charity is having.

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How to write an impact report

on 13 June 2011

How do your donors know that the money they give you is making a difference? The answer is that they don’t, unless you tell them. Good impact reporting also appeals to outcomes-focused funders and helps organisations to develop and refine their own strategy to increase their effectiveness.

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