Food Power: Evaluating your alliance's impact

How can we assess whether an alliance has made more of a
difference for local people and their community by working together? 

Join Food Power's evaluation team from Cardiff University to learn about effective ways to monitor and evaluate the impact of working as an alliance to tackle food poverty together. Joe Dunne, Food Partnership Manager at Middlesbrough Environment City, will share their experiences of evaluation. Simon from the Food Power team will also introduce the financial support for local evaluation which will open for applications in the autumn. The webinar will help alliances to consider their current approach to evaluation, to explore further opportunities and to think about developing an application for financial support. The webinar will cover:

  • The evaluation team's review of evaluation tools and quick guide to monitoring and evaluation (see here)
  • Middlesbrough Environment City's approaches to evaluation of partnership working
  • An introduction to the Food Power financial support for
    local evaluation and next steps for developing an application (see here)

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