Improving Impact (4 – 25 staff) category

The Improving Impact category is split into three different sizes of organisation.

This award is for organisations that can demonstrate how the board has contributed towards the increase of the charity’s impact in relation to its cause, mission and values. We are looking for examples of increasing social impact, not just fundraising or increasing income.

What the judges are looking for

The judges will be looking at how impact is described and measured, and how this has changed, as a result of the role that the board played; and also the longer-term increase in impact for the charity, its beneficiaries and mission, that the board helped achieve.

The entry must focus on the work of the main board, but if any sub-committees or other governance groups outside the main board made a contribution, you are welcome to tell us about that in your response.

Inspiration for your entry

Prisoners’ Education Trust – winner of the 2017 award

Hear from the other 2017 winners talking about governance in their organisation and what it meant for them to win.

You can also read about the 2017 shortlisted entries and hear the judges’ reflections.

 

Prisoners' Education Trust - Charity Governance Awards 2017

“We think it’s really important to recognise what often goes hidden in a charity which is its governance. They are really essential to making sure the charity does what it does best and really improves the lives of people on the ground.”

Prisoners' Education Trust

Winners of the Improving Impact (4-25 staff) category, Charity Governance Awards 2017

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