Date: 24 May 2017
Time: 13:30 - 16:30
Venue: Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG

New to impact management but want to improve?

Willing to share your experiences and collaborate with others in your sector?

Want to help us create resources that meet your needs?

Join the Pathway strand of the Impact Management Programme to co-design support that will help you use your impact data to improve what you do. We’re looking for 100+ charities, social enterprises and community businesses to take part across the country.

What’s involved?

The first stage is an interactive co-design workshop to discuss what support you need to collect and use your impact data. This will includes exercises in small groups and we will share early versions of content for you to review and feedback. You will also learn about opportunities to work together as a cohort to further test tools, develop peer learning and access 1:1 support. A light lunch will be provided.

Who should attend?

This session is specifically for charities and social enterprises that work to improve mental health and wellbeing. We want to bring organisations working in the same area together so we can understand similarities, differences and gaps in support. Please note we can only accommodate one person per organisation.

Signing up

To register, please follow this link to complete a few questions to check you meet our criteria as outlined below. Your place is not guaranteed until we have reviewed your answers and confirmed via email.

  • You are new to impact management
  • You are committed to understanding and improving your social impact
  • You wish to grow and diversify your income
  • You are interested in social investment, but have not taken it on before
  • You are not a start-up organisation
  • You are established in and working for beneficiaries in England

If you have any questions please contact us via

A full agenda will be circulated nearer the time. We can meet travel costs to enable organisations to attend.