Joined at the hip: Why you can’t make good grants without investing in learning
Learning within trusts and foundations is critical: balancing data with intuition; combining evidence with instinct. Here are four things evaluation and learning staff have shared, through the Evaluation Roundtable Community of Practice, that help make sense of how learning informs decision-making.
New roles and adaptations for young hospital volunteers
This blog highlights the creative and thoughtful adaptations that our network of 32 NHS Trust volunteer teams have made to enable young people to continue volunteering during Covid-19.
Rethinking accountability in philanthropy
We hear from Jo Wells, Director of The Blagrave Trust, to understand more about their approach to remaining responsive and accountable to the needs of those that they are set up to serve – in their case, young people between 14 and 25.
Six ways VCSE leaders are adapting to Covid-19
Over the past 11 weeks, we’ve hosted peer support sessions for over 180 VCSE leaders across the UK. We’re publishing regular briefings about the challenges they are facing; we’ve also heard much about how these are being overcome. In celebration of Small Charity Week, we wanted to share six ways in which VCSE leaders are adapting.
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