Impact Reporting incl narrative reporting

  • Impact Coalition Seminar

    Author name: Not supplied
    Author organisation: ImpACT Coalition
    Publication date: 03/04/2006
    Upload date: 31/05/2011

    Charities are trusted but there are shocking gaps in knowledge (how much goes to the cause, economics of fundraising, who is paid, how we make a difference.

  • Accounting Narratives: The Reporting Practices of British Charities

    Author name: Dr Ciaran Connolly Dr Alpa Dhanani
    Author organisation: ZogU Beiheft
    Publication date: 31/12/2006
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    This research examines the disclosure patterns of narrative information in the annual reports of the top 100 fundraising charities in the United Kingdom.

  • Impact reporting – what impact is being made?

    Author name: Simon Morley
    Author organisation: CASS Business School
    Publication date: 18/12/2009
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    Explores impact reporting and the challenges for charities of assessing and reporting their impact tin their field, using survey and secondary research methods.

  • Narrative Reporting by UK Charities Full Report

    Author name: Dr Ciaran Connolly (Queen’s University, Belfast)
    Author organisation: ACCA
    Publication date: 20/01/2010
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    This is a report of a study of the top 104 UK charities which examined narrative reporting patterns in annual reports and annual reviews.

  • Impact reporting: Value vs. Cost: Looking at a Sample Of Charities, Which Has Led to the Biggest Impact?

    Author name: Not supplied
    Author organisation: CASS Business School
    Publication date: 11/12/2009
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    Charities are under increasing pressure to measure and communicate the impact of their work. This pressure is both internal (as organisations struggle with the recession) and external (as beneficiaries, funders and regulators demand proof of value and accountability).

  • Narrative Reporting by UK Charities Executive Summary

    Author name: Dr Ciaran Connolly (Queen’s University Belfast)
    Author organisation: ACCA
    Publication date: 20/01/2010
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    This is the executive summary of a report from a study of the top 104 UK charities that examined narrative reporting patterns in annual reports and annual reviews.

  • Challenges of the Third Sector - Narrative Reporting

    Author name: Not supplied
    Author organisation: ZogU Beiheft
    Publication date: 31/12/2006
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    This document is a narrative report with articles produced by several authors based upon the challenge of managing the Third Sector.

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