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Wider Impact is delighted to receive praise for the quality of a mid-term evaluation of the Big Lottery funded Loaves ‘n’ Clothes Project. Aims of the Project, which is being delivered by the Sandwell based Loaves ‘n’ Fishes Charity (see http://www.loavesnfishes.co.uk) include supporting those most in need, such as those leaving hostels, fleeing domestic violence andContinue Reading

Wider Impact is pleased to have supported Dudley District Citizens Advice Bureaux with our independent evaluation of the Big Lottery funded Money Confidence Project. Key findings /good practice includes: Evidence of a SROI ratio of 1:32 in relation to the potential to support society / multi-agency benefits of  up to £8m Monies gained for clients through adviceContinue Reading

Win £25.00 cash! As previously reported at link – www.widerimpact.com/july-2015-wider-impact-carry-stoke-trent-based-community-centre-feasibility-study   Wider Impact has been commissioned to carry out an independent feasibility in support of the Hanley based City Waterside Community Centre Committee. As part of this study local residents are invited to print and complete the below questionnaire, which on completion should either be droppedContinue Reading

Wider Impact is delighted to be thanked for the quality of an independent evaluation report submitted on behalf of midlands based Black Country Partnership for Care (BCPC). The report on BCPC’s Share IT Project delivered on behalf of Skills for Care is extremely positive, and reflects the organisation’s ability and wide experience in delivering suchContinue Reading

Wider Impact is pleased to be commissioned by Stoke on Trent based City Waterside Community Centre Committee to carry out an independent study into the feasibility of establishing a new Community Centre in the area, due to the current facility facing demolition to make room for a proposed housing development. Wider Impact Director Edwin Lewis (picturedContinue Reading

Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis