Impact networks

  • Date of release: 02/16/2011
  • 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, Mental health, Older people, Physical health, Sport, Substance use and addiction, Volunteering, Young people
  • Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Cost: Free
  • Developer/Author: NPC
  • Provider Email: info@thinknpc.org

This report showcases some of the many charities that are already making a difference in people’s lives by working together as part of an impact network, and encourages more charities to follow their example.

The report demonstrates that by recognising their position within a network, charities can ensure they use their resources as effectively as possible. Funders, too, can benefit from applying the concept of impact networks to charities to help them allocate their funds in the most effective way. In a difficult economic climate, it is essential to think beyond the boundaries of single organisations and recognise the complex relationships involved in achieving success.

Impact networks

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