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Failing Forward

September 2019

David Stone | Totally Socially Project Co-ordinator

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How Coast and Vale Community Action help communities turn ideas into reality - and see failure not as an end point, but as a starting point that provides crucial learning.

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Streetlife took part in our Duty to Care? research project. We asked them about their recent experience of working with trusts and foundations.

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Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit took part in our Duty to Care? research project. We asked them about their recent experience of working with trusts and foundations.

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Culpeper Community Garden took part in our Duty to Care? research project. We asked them about their recent experience of working with trusts and foundations.

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Rotherfield St Martin took part in our Duty to Care? research project. We asked them about their recent experience of working with trusts and foundations.

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Managing our community asset in an era of austerity

July 2019

Aaron Barbour | Director, Katherine Low Settlement

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Aaron Barbour, Director of Katherine Low Settlement, talks about the Settlement's history and maintaining financial health of the charity over recent years.

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What is it like to hear how others perceive your approach to learning? Pears Foundation and Corra Foundation reflect on the experience of sharing detailed case studies of their distinct approaches at the UK Evaluation Roundtable in January 2019.

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Charlotte Pace recently had the pleasure of carrying out a mid-term review of Totally Socially, and identified five things that help if you are supporting community groups to turn ideas into action.

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Start somewhere (and build on what you learn)

July 2019

Ellie Hale | CAST & Annie Caffyn | IVAR

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We approached our recently published research into whether technology is imaginable and usable for small voluntary organisations with a 'tech mindset' - test, review, share, repeat.

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We asked some of the funders who supported and advised our recent tech study to reflect on why they got involved.

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