Does your funder need to see that you are making an impact? Would you like to improve your service or know the difference it makes in people’s lives? And are you shouting from the rooftop about the brilliant work you're doing?
Funders, commissioners and individual supporters are increasingly asking for demonstrable results before they’ll put their trust in an organisation.
Luckily there are plenty of free or low-cost digital tools that can help you efficiently & effectively capture the impact of your work and communicate your achievements.
Join this packed 3 hour practical demonstration session to get an overview of the top tools available
Is this training for me?
This course is suitable for anyone working in a voluntary or community organisation that is responsible for monitoring, evaluation and communications. It is particularly useful for project and service managers.
By the end of this session you’ll know how to:
Identify digital tools that can help you capture the impact of your services
Identify digital tools that can help you communicate your impact
Discover new ways of working in your day-to-day activities
Kate White has been managing and developing Superhighways for more than 10 years and has a wealth of experience in voluntary sector use of ICT.
Sorrel Parsons is an ICT Development Worker at Superhighways with 10 years of supporting voluntary and community organisations and volunteers in the UK. Sorrel is a fan of making digital work on a shoestring.
This session is part of our Impact Aloud programme www.superhighways.org.uk/projects/impact-aloud, funded by the City Bridge Trust.
When & Where
Superhighways provides technology support and development services to the voluntary and community sector. We deliver a range of training responding to the needs of organisations across - Sutton, Bromley, Kingston, Richmond, Croydon and Merton and beyond.
For further information on our training offer & venues, visit our Training page.
** Some training courses are currently subsidised by the City Bridge Trust under our Impact Aloud project**