A list of all the contents in the Community Resource Kit divided into topics.
A plan is only useful if it works in practice.
Demonstrating the difference you make through impact measurement and evaluation is increasingly important for not-for-profit organisations.
If you need to reflect on your work, demonstrate its effectiveness and keep improving your practice, this site is for…
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) is based in the UK.
A four-part toolkit to take your organisation through the steps required to become evaluation-ready.
This guide to using administrative data will help organisations think about getting their own data collection and reporting practices in…
Evaluation - webinar resource from the NGO Council - Ensuring you make a difference
This handbook is an easy-to-read and practical introduction to the concepts, theories and language of evaluation.
A glossary designed to help those in the social sector navigate the jargon associated with a wide range of evaluation…
A guide, one of a series on evaluation techniques, exploring outcomes-based approaches to evaluation.
A downloadable document giving an overview of the information contained in the online Community Resource Kit.
The SafePlus Online Self-Assessment Tool is a free health & safety performance improvement tool, designed for small and medium-sized organisations.
An interactive guide for people who are managing an evaluation, this resource can be used for different types of evaluations…
Business Sorter have created a range of resources to support organisational planning. . .
This NZ Navigator Trust information resource gives a brief overview of a simple risk management plan and includes a downloadable…
Business Sorter is a digital business planning tool that aims to simplify the entire planning and implementation process. .
A handbook written for Churches in New Zealand which outlines key legal issues to be aware of ranging from set…
Project evaluation can save you both time and resources.
A Project Brief is a key document that outlines the scope, scale and detailed requirements of your proposed project.