Impact Reporting

Reporting and reviewing impact: what good looks like

About this event

We often find that organisations are successfully collecting and assessing data, but failing to learn and report on their data. Understanding and reporting on your learning and impact is a vital step in the impact cycle. It can be difficult to work out what information is the most helpful for learning and the key things to include in reports.

This 1.5 hour webinar will be hosted by Amina Ali, NPC’s Principal: Funder Evaluation and Learning and will explore:

  • What data to include in your reporting
  • The principles of good impact reporting
  • How to turn data into learning
  • The benefits of being open and honest in your reporting by sharing your learning when things haven’t gone to plan.

Event facilitator

Amina Ali, NPC’s Principal: Funder Evaluation and Learning will be drawing on over a decade of consulting, research and evaluation experience and NPC’s learning from over 20 years of client work with trusts and foundations, and philanthropists.

Bursary places

A limited number of bursary places are available for small charities, ethnic minority charities of all sizes and ethnic minority representatives from charities of all sizes. Bursary spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Email us to apply for our bursary places.

We are also actively working to improve the accessibility of our online and in-person events. As part of our commitment, for all online events we use live closed captions and upload the recordings to YouTube which has the capability to select subtitles. For in-person events we strive to use accessible venues. If you have any additional accessibility requirements that we can assist with, please email us at

Want to be a part of other Leading Impact events?

This event is part of our Leading Impact series of seminars, if you would like to access more events like this one, we welcome you to join us for ‘Theory of change for funders’, another NPC event on 30 March 2023. 


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