The Scottish Volunteering Forum: Understanding Impact Measurement Practices across Scotland

Section: Health and Social Care IntegrationSelf Management and Co-Production HubType: News Item Date Published: 14th February 2018

Survey on impact measurement practices now open for Scottish volunteer involving organisations.

The Scottish Volunteering Forum is a collective of national volunteering organisations and intermediaries across Scotland which aims to raise the profile of volunteering, break down barriers, increase understanding and encourage more people to volunteer.

One of the forum’s aims is to better understand volunteering impact measurement across Scotland in order to help provide the type of support you require.

The Scottish Volunteering Forum would therefore really appreciate your views on impact measurement relevant to volunteering. This short survey of 12 questions will take no more than 5 minutes. The information will be treated in the strictest confidence and will be held securely. If you are a volunteer-involving organisation and would like to help please complete the following survey (this link will take you away from our website) 

The survey will close on Wednesday 21st February.

Your support will help improve the uptake and effectiveness of impact measurement across volunteer-involving organisations in Scotland. If you have any questions please contact Morven MacLean, Chair of Impact Assessment Working Group, Scottish Volunteering Forum.



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