Our grantees

Inspiring Impact grantees come in all shapes and sizes. Some receive funding to develop their own impact practice; others use it to help a wider network of organisations

Our grantees

Our grantees have previously received support from Inspiring Impact to develop their own impact practice, or worked in partnership with other charities and social enterprises to advance measurement tools and resources within their sub-sector.

Inspiring Impact supports organisations through:

Sub-sector partnerships: Individual sub-sectors face unique challenges shaped by the specific needs of their users and their funding environment. Sub-sector partnerships bring organisations together to develop the tools and resources needed to improve collective impact practice. Each project received funding and in-kind consultancy support from one of the Inspiring Impact partners.

Inspiring Impact also keeps in touch with grantees from the Impact Management Programme. Inspiring Impact and the Impact Management Programme merged in September 2018. Find out more about the grantees here.

If you have any questions about our grants, please do get in touch by emailing us at InspiringImpact@thinknpc.org.

Our past grantees

Arts & Business NI

Childhood Bereavement Network

Dance Resource Base



The Bereavement Assessment and Evaluation Task Group

The National Foundation for Youth Music

The What Works Centre for Wellbeing




Voluntary Arts Ireland

Wales Council for Voluntary Action

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