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What we and our clients have been up to...
How to be Organisation-ready for funding
The grant funding landscape offers myriad opportunities from charitable trusts and foundations, statutory and lottery sources, or even private sector donations. According to Charity Financials, there were 14,500 organisations registered with the Charity Commission as of September 2015, with a combined annual expenditure of £2.4 billion, stating that they give grants and list no other operational activities.
Upshot explores the current M&E landscape on International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
Today marks the fourth International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. A huge amount of celebratory initiatives are taking place, and you can join the conversation over the next twenty-four hours on Twitter by following #IDSDP2017. Here Preeti Shetty, Head of Upshot, tells us why this a seminal moment for the industry and one we must not be complacent about.
Read how YMCA Barnsley and YMCA Newcastle are using Upshot to measure and evidence the impact of their community projects
The YMCA is the world's oldest and largest youth charity, with 133 British local branches operating independently in an effort to support young people, with a vision of helping them to belong, contribute and thrive within their communities.
Doing some great work around governance and impact analysis? Want to win national recognition and £5,000? Enter now.
There are three Improving Impact awards - for different sized organisations - that offer an opportunity to showcase how a charity has increased its impact, and highlight the benefits they have delivered for the community. There are also four other awards focusing on board diversity, turnaround, embracing opportunity and embracing digital.
Upshot allows the Wheelchair FA to be more efficient in its quantitative and qualitative data collection
The WFA are a charity and work together with the Football Association to further develop the sport, clubs and playing opportunities across the country. The WFA deliver a range of projects, including education courses, recruitment initiatives and competitions.
Black Prince Trust rolls out Upshot to help employ its 'six social impact strands' to develop to young people and the community
The Black Prince Trust's work is impact focused, with a specific focus on the Trust's Social Impact Strands; social inclusion, female engagement and mental health and mental health strand.
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Some of the clients we are working with
Action for Kids
Ardoyne Youth Club
London Borough of Croydon
London Borough of Richmond
National Autistic Society
Copenhagen Youth Project