World Animal Protection needed to position their central tenet of ‘animal welfare’ in a way that resonated with a new mainstream audience without alienating their existing supporters.
This guide uses the example of a Marital Relationships service to walk through the nine levels on the Impact Robustness Scale
Results data can be used destructively or constructively. To provide insights or to shift blame. To identify where to improve or to complain about the status quo. How are you using your results data?
Every organisation can map its approach to impact on the Impact Maturity Curve. Impact can be more than a set of statistics and case studies that are reported to your funders and managers. It can be a guiding star that shapes your approach to changing the world.
Is the role of the charity sector to help people get through problems or end the existence of those problems altogether? If it is the latter, do we have what we need to achieve that?
Annabel Dickson reflects on 10 years of closing the feedback loop between charities and donors