Tag Archives: Reporting

Listening for greater impact: the Constituent Voice

At the 2013 CECP corporate philanthropy conference in New York, held 3-5 June, the hook was set early in the session when the room was polled. ‘How many of your companies take customer feedback very seriously?’ Every hand in the … Continue reading

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How do I general support thee, let me count the ways!

With apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, I could not resist paraphrasing her famous poem for an appeal to foundations to stop trying to be so unique. But, I promise you, this will be the shortest blog post I’ve ever written … Continue reading

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Evaluation of a UNDP/EU/MoCA project and other developments in China

An interesting public event was held on 25 June, where I was a presenter, on the evaluation of the Governance for Equitable Development (GED) project sponsored by the EU and UNDP in partnership with the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MoCA) … Continue reading

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Total transparency? Perfect privacy? Beneficial balance?

As part of Australia’s current regulatory reforms, many charities which have not previously had to lodge financial reports will be required to report to the new Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). Among these newly reporting entities will be a … Continue reading

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How impact reporting principles can help funders

Funders today – whether established grantmaking trusts, family foundations or individual philanthropists – are keen to explore how they can offer charities more than money. Financial help is clearly central to grantmaking, but it’s often by developing relationships with charities, … Continue reading

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