How do you involve beneficiaries? Your free guide to answering the biggest question in trust fundraising today.
by Amy Appleton
As one of the largest, widely accessible UK grant-makers, it is no surprise that The National Lottery Community Fund plays a significant role in influencing best practice in the voluntary sector. As their application process increasingly emphasises the need to involve beneficiaries from project design through to evaluation, other funders are taking notice.
So, what does beneficiary involvement actually look like and how can you integrate more people-led processes into your organisation? Amy Appleton has prepared a handy free guide to show you great examples of beneficiary involvement in practice alongside some practical tips to help you to ensure you have the people-led projects that funders are looking for.
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