Inspiring Impact

The Inspiring Impact NI Programme is a Northern Ireland wide initiative that aims to support voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations and their funders to better understand and embrace impact practice.

NICVA is one of the 13 organisations awarded a grant to support groups to plan for impact practice in Northern Ireland.

We will be running a series of masterclasses and follow up clinics to introduce organisations to the tools, techniques and resources available through the Inspiring Impact Programme. We will also list resources on this hub to help you improve your impact practice.

Read more about the Inspiring Impact Programme.

Updates

NICVA's inspiring impact phase 2 takes impact practice to the next stage

NICVA is delighted to be part of phase two of the Inspiring Impact programme funded by Building Change Trust. Through this we will support organisations to embed their impact practice and measure,assess and share the difference that they make.

Help with focusing on impact

Almost fifty people from the voluntary and community sector have been introduced to the resources available through the Inspiring Impact programme and had the opportunity to discuss their practice at one of NICVA’s masterclasses.

ROCOP Grant Holders Attend Networking Event on Measuring Impact

Seventy-one people attended the fourth ROCOP development and support programme roundtable event on 17 October 2014 in The Black Box, Belfast hosted by NICVA. The theme for this event was “Measuring your impact”.

Inspiring Impact: Making a Difference

How do you prove the difference your organisation makes? The Inspiring Impact NI project is aiming to support organisations to apply an approach that will help them better demonstrate the difference that they are making in their communities.

Inspiring Impact NI Background - Proving the difference that you make

How do you prove the difference your organisation makes? It is becoming more and more important for us to demonstrate the difference that we are making in our communities.

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Sandra Bailie

Head of Organisational Development