Principles of good impact reporting: For charities and social enterprises

  • Date of release: 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: CFG, NCVO, Institute of Fundraising, ACEVO, The SROI Network, NPC, The Small Charities Coalition, Social Enterprise UK
  • Provider Email: info@thinknpc.org

This short document, developed for the sector, by the sector, offers a guide to help you think about how you should communicate your impact, and what you should communicate.

This document offers a a brief overview of impact reporting including: How charities and social enterprises should report their impact through annual reports, annual reviews and impact reports; management information and board reports; reports to funders, supporters, investors and commissioners; and internal communications with staff and volunteers. The document also covers the nature of the impact that charities should be communicating.

Principles of good impact reporting: For charities and social enterprises

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