Exploring the value of community grants to Big Local areas, and what makes them successful.
The Pears #iwill Fund supports the growth of inclusive, high quality social action opportunities through NHS Trusts and their respective charities. We are working with them to identify and facilitate learning.Open Link
A three-year evaluation to generate developmental learning about Help On Your Doorstep’s Connecting for Change model, which provides a person-centered approach that goes beyond crisis support.
Working with staff and Trustees at the Tudor Trust to embed a learning culture.
We are a learning and evaluation partner to Local Trust, working with Just Ideas Ltd to draw out learning about community leadership at an individual and local level in Big Local areas.
IVAR is working with CAST, Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation to support learning throughout the Tech for Good Build programme. Alongside our evaluation, we are providing strategic support and help with embedding learning from Build more widely.
We are supporting the establishment of an Alliance to ensure the voluntary sector is an equal partner in setting strategic priorities and plans for the delivery of health and wellbeing services in Milton Keynes.
We are working with Clinks, Sheffield Hallam and the University of Wolverhampton to understand the experience and role of the voluntary sector in the recent changes to the probation reform programme.
We are supporting the Walcot Foundation to learn more about grantees’ experiences of its grant-making process, such as: application process; grant payment/grant communications; and reporting requirements.
With thanks to James O. Jenkins/Help on Your Doorstep for the photo used at the top of this page.