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Evidencing the Need
A London's Giving master class - 17th June 2015
Inspired by the innovative Islington Giving, a ground-breaking cross sector collaboration, London's Giving is sharing the evidence base, lessons learnt and know-how from local giving campaigns to help interested London boroughs to create their own locally tailored initiatives. This meeting was the first London’s Giving ‘master class’.
Successful placed-based giving is underpinned by excellent local knowledge and a firm evidence base. Knowing your local area inside out and identifying its specific issues and priorities is essential in creating a vision, building a collaboration and is the cornerstone of a successful local campaign. All London boroughs are repositories of facts and figures but pulling out the relevant data can be difficult and time consuming.
This masterclass allowed attendees to hear from three experts on their approaches to using data, developing a local fund raising campaign, and communications and grant making strategies.
Poverty and Inequality in London: the role of research
Bharat Mehta, Chief Executive, Trust for London
Vital Signs Methodology
Tracey Walsh, Chief Executive, East End Community Foundation
Local Research - The Foundation for Place-Based Giving
Nicola Steuer, Programme Director, Islington Giving
You will find attached the powerpoint slides from this master class attached above.
A summary of the meeting including key learning and relevant websites is available here.