The What, Why, and How of Social Impact Measurement - Derry/Londonderry
As a concept Social Impact measurement is gaining traction. There is growing recognition of the importance of being able to demonstrate the difference you and your organisation are making. This one day training course will consider why evidencing social impact is mission critical for Third Sector leaders and their organisations. Reporting on social impact helps Third Sector organisations remain accountable to their donors, investors, commissioners, local communities and most importantly their beneficiaries. It will look at the Code of Good Impact Practice, a guiding framework for applying an impact practice approach within the sector, and an online Measuring Up tool designed for organisations to assess their own impact practice and develop an action plan to improve their practice.
Eleanor Harrison, the Chief Executive of GlobalGiving UK, a digital charity that works with 427 grassroots partners in 89 countries worldwide, will share her experiences of being involved in the Inspiring Impact programme in England & Wales. Eleanor will bring her unique insight and expertise in supporting a range of Third Sector organisations to introduce social impact measurement to their organisations.
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CO3 is facilitating two training sessions:
8 December 10am – 4.45pm, The Cedar Foundation Training Services, 1 Upper Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT10 OGW
9 December 10am – 4.45pm, The Junction, DiverseCity Community Partnership building, 10 - 12 Bishop Street, Derry Londonderry, BT48 6PW
Please RSVP by 14 November 2014. Places are limited therefore please book early.
RSVP with Sarah at CO3 by sending an email to email@example.com or telephone 028 90 245 356