Impact Measurement Practices of Large Charities
By Beth Green , May 2013
Over the last decade an increasing number of charities have realised the importance of effective impact measurement. In the UK, large charities account for 77% of the voluntary sector’s annual income. This significant proportion gives large charities a
critical role in leading the sector in developing impact measurement practices.
Based on interviews with staff in seven large charities, the report examines how large charities measure their impact, and identifies and understands the drivers, challenges, enablers, and benefits of impact measurement practices.
Beth launched her research at an event at the Gulbenkian Foundation on 2 May 2013.