Funders’ principles and drivers of good impact practice

  • Date of release: 2013
  • Type: Guidance & research reports
  • Sectors:
    Arts and culture, Children and families, Citizenship and communities, Community development, Crime and public safety, Disability, Domestic violence, Education and learning, Employment and training, Environment, Housing and homelessness, Infrastructure support, International development, Mental health, Older people, Physical health, Sport, Substance use and addiction, Volunteering, Young people
  • Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Cost: Free
  • Developer/Author: Inspiring Impact

Funders have a critical role to play in shaping impact practice among their grantees and investees. This framework encourages good impact practice and offers practical guidance on promoting good impact practice with the organisations and people they support.

This document has been informed by the Funders for Impact Working Group, which was facilitated by the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF). It is intended to help funders think about their impact, and how they can support the people and organisations they fund to do so too.

You can sign-up to show your support for the Funders’ Principles on the Inspiring Impact website.

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