New Charity Support Service Launched for Essex Charities!

Posted on: April 24, 2019

Local charity Maldon and District CVS is launching a new service for charities working in Essex to help them to demonstrate the impact of the work they do in the county and for local people.

The new Evaluation and Monitoring Service, launching on 1st May 2019, will provide access to a bespoke service for charity managers and staff to look at designing an evaluation process for their services that works for them. This will include access to consultancy support, research services, and training. Charities can choose from an inclusive service and report writing to support to develop tools in house.

Sarah Troop, Director at Maldon and District CVS says “charities all need to be able to demonstrate that the work they do has a real impact, making a difference in their fields. This can be to support funded projects and work, to help shape future services or to attract donations. Having a structured approach to gathering an evidence base is vital and our new service can help. We will work with charities of all sizes and on all budgets to find a bespoke solution for them.”

The service will also offer training on research methods, the first of which will be held on 5th and 6th June at Heybridge. Costing from just £70, the course will cover questionnaire design and analysis and will be run by Catherine Kennelly, MA (Econ) Applied Social Research.

For more details or to book a place visit www.maldoncvs.org.uk/evaluationservice

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