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CAN Invest- approved provider of the new Impact Management Programme

Sign up now to have a chance of receiving £50k grant!


What is it all about?

The Impact Measurement Programme (IMP) offers grants of circa £50k to charities and social enterprises to get better at ‘managing their impact’. 

CAN Invest is a provider of the new Access Impact Management Programme

What do I get?

Successful applicants will receive expert support to help take their organisations to the next level of impact measurement and management. To do this, approved providers such as CAN Invest will help organisations to get better at quantifying, improving, scaling and getting paid for social impact.

 

How does CAN help?

 

  • To apply, you must partner with an approved provider – CAN Invest is one of 21 approved providers.
  • Following Access’ own introductory training session, CAN Invest are planning a follow up interactive workshop to put learning from the training into practice and start to build the key areas of your organisation's application to IMP.

CAN Invest offering an interactive workshop for applicants to the Access Impact Management Fund

Can I apply?

The IMP is a fantastic opportunity for England-based organisations that already collect outcome data and have a theory of change. See the full eligibility criteria.

 

What are my next steps?

1. Apply to participate in Access training

2. Register for the CAN Invest interactive workshop

3. Apply for £50k grant through IMP

CAN Invest is a provider of the new Access Impact Management Programme.

There are spots for only 40 organisations to join the Access training, so sign up fast! This is the pilot round of IMP, and more rounds will be released later in the year.

Read more about CAN Invest's interactive workshop taking place on 17th March.

If you are successful at signing up for the workshops, or would have liked to attend but were unsuccessful, for further informatiom please contact CAN Invest.

Find out more about organisations we have helped to improve their impact measurement and management.