Framework for thinking about involving beneficiaries in funding processes at BIG

In 2013, we undertook a study for BIG Lottery Fund exploring the way BIG involves beneficiaries in their funding processes. In addition to the final report we produced a practical framework for thinking about beneficiary involvement.

The framework poses questions that BIG might consider when deciding whether and how to involve beneficiaries in specific programmes or other funding processes. We hope it is of use to other funders and those interested in grantmaking practices.


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