Proving how your Voluntary and Community organisation makes a difference, Part 2: Planning Triangle, Theory of Change

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Explaining how you hope to make a difference on one sheet of paper helps you and funders understand what your Voluntary and Community organisation is there to do. Find out what Triangles and Theories are, and how they can help your Voluntary and Community organisation.

Trusts and givers want to know that their money makes a difference, but how do you prove it? This 1 hour session will help you understand how to communicate how you see change happening using a Planning Triangle or Theory of Change.

Learn the basics of whether a Planning Triangle or Theory of Change is correct for your group.

This session will be held over Zoom by our Impact Officer, Karen Jefferys. Karen has been working in the voluntary sector for 20 years, 15 of those involved understanding monitoring terms like these and 6 of these years were in the borough of Bexley. 

This session is suitable for:

  • Staff and volunteers
  • Project workers
  • Person responsible for fundraising
  • Trustees
  • Beneficiaries that you want to involve in your work

All of whom can benefit from having a basic knowledge of the subject. Participants will need to know how the terms outputs, outcomes and impact are used in our sector so if participants have not been on the previous Impact in Action course, just get in touch with Karen for an information sheet or 1-2-1 support.

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Thank you to the City of London Corporation’s charity, City Bridge Trust for making this training possible. 

We would like to take some photos of the session for use in publicity and reporting. Please say if you would prefer not to be photographed (or disable your Zoom camera).

4th November 2020 9:30 AM through 10:30 AM
Crayford Manor House Mayplace Road East Crayford
Dartford, KEN DA1 4HB
United Kingdom
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Phone: +443003020056
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