Closing date 17 January 2011
Charities Evaluation Services is celebrating the ways in which charities use monitoring information or evaluation findings to improve their work and influence others with the new Learning and Innovation Prize.
The Prize is aimed at highlighting the contribution that monitoring and evaluation makes to improving service delivery, not just accountability, and rewarding organisations who make the best use of the information that they have.
Please note: the deadline for entries is 5pm, 17th January 2011.
This inspiring new award is split into four categories:
- small charities (annual turnover under £500,000)
- large charities (annual turnover over £500,000)
- organisations that support other charities.
Who can enter
Organisations that fit one of the above categories and who have used monitoring information or evaluation findings to improve their work and influence others can enter. For further information and specific criteria, please see the Entry Guidelines below.
We are looking for situations where monitoring or evaluation was done by the organisation itself or where an external evaluator was involved. Winners will be expected to demonstrate evidence that the findings changed something about project or service delivery or use of their resources, or influenced others to do so.
For more information and to download an entry form visit: http://www.ces-vol.org.uk/prize
Charities Evaluation Services (CES) is the UK’s leading provider of training, consultancy and information on evaluation and quality systems in the third sector. We also publish PQASSO, the most widely used quality system in the sector.
CES is an independent charity. We work with third sector organisations and their funders.