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  • 1. Impact measurement and socialvaluePeter Bailey, Big Lottery FundImpact Conference, Exeter, 13th June
  • 2. What is impact?Any effects arising from an intervention. This includes immediate Impact short-term outcomes as well as broader and Outcomes longer–term effects. These can be positive or negative, planned or unforeseen.
  • 3. Why measure impact?• To increase impact (efficiency, effectiveness)• For accountability to funders, commissioners, sponsors, supporters, users• For organisational learning – to enable improvement• For ‘proof’, evidence-building, winning new funding or resources, promotion
  • 4. Why now?• Scarcity of (funding) resources• Competition for public sector contracts• Pressure to benchmark, compare, compete, prove• New demands of social investors• Technological advances
  • 5. The BIG perspective• Culture of evaluation, review and learning• <10% may be spent on monitoring, evaluation, learning in grant budgets• Support contracts, signposting, advice, guidance
  • 6. BIG things• Building Capabilities: up to 3% of grant to be spent on developing organisational capacity, such as support for demonstrating impact.• Learning for Impact: up to £50k to groups of organisations to support collaborative learning. Launch in Summer 2013.
  • 7. Other things• Inspiring Impact: aims to help voluntary sector organisations across the UK get better at measuring the impact of their work www.philanthropycapital.org• The Alliance for Useful Evidence: champions the use of evidence in policy and practice www.nesta.org.uk
  • 8. ContactPeter BaileySenior Policy & Learning Manager (Research)Big Lottery Fundpeter.bailey@biglotteryfund.org.uk020 7211 1778

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