Impact Readiness Fund Review Published

Access and Big Society Capital co-funded a review of the Impact Readiness Fund, published today.

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In 2014 the Impact Readiness Fund was launched by the Cabinet Office. It was the first programme of its kind to offer grants solely for the purpose of developing impact measurement approaches for charities and social enterprises so that they could raise investment or win contracts. Access and BSC have a shared interest in supporting better impact management across the sector, so we thought it would be timely to review the Impact Readiness Fund to inform our future work. We commissioned independent researcher and writer Adrian Hornsby to complete this review. The resulting report, published today on our website, will be followed up with a learning event in September, led by NPC, as part of their work delivering the Impact Management Programme on Access’ behalf.