Knowledge Bank – Useful resources for your non profit organisation
We have developed a Knowledge Bank designed to help you and your Non-Profit organisation – charity, voluntary, community, social enterprise, third sector, schools – achieve your goals and outcomes.
In our Knowledge Bank, you will find hints, tips, tools and resources to help you develop your organisation. There is also a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for each topic that we hope you will find useful. This section of the website will be growing and developing as more information, resources and FAQs are added over time. If there is anything you would particularly like to see in here or you have a question that has not already been answered, please do get in touch.
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Whether you are applying for grant funding from trusts, asking a local business to provide goods and services as an in-kind contribution, applying to corporate donors or submitting a tender for a large contract, the same principles apply.
Bid writing is a skill. Getting it right can open the doors to new funding streams.
Monitoring & Evaluation
Learn what you are doing well so that you can continue doing it or learn what is not going so well so that you can do it better! These resources aim to help you measure what outcomes and impact you have achieved & help you develop a clearer strategy for your organisational development and make your cause more appealing to funders.View Resources
How often do you get the luxury of time to plan your projects in advance? Or are you in a permanent state of crisis management? Project planning takes time and effort but will make it clear what, when, where and how things are supposed to happen, who will make them happen, what resources are required, and how much those resources will cost.View Resources
Our case studies provide real-life examples of work we have recently completed with some of our clients.
If something strikes a chord and you feel we could perhaps help you in some similar way, please get in touch for a friendly, no-obligation chat to discuss your requirements.