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Stories of Change
Transcript of Stories of Change
Volunteers who help us to collect and evaluate evidence about our impact on wellbeing in our community
What is wellbeing?
The 5 Ways to Wellbeing
A set of recommendations for improving
the wellbeing (and mental health)
of the population as a whole.
How do we make our case?
By providing evidence - qualitative/quantitative - and interpreting it
What is a Story of Change?
A tool to help to plan, evaluate and improve a project
Why write a Story of Change?
To check that our activities will lead us to our desired outcomes - and to our vision
A word on terminology...
How to decide what's important to measure,
and what the best methods are for each project
Stories of Change
A Wellbeing Champions Workshop
Get in touch:
So we can make informed decisions about resources and planning
To make our case to stakeholders, partners and funders
So that we know what we need to measure!
10 lessons of
45 mins ea
Adult Literacy Club
People feel confident in their reading and writing abilities, are able to communicate effectively and feel positive about their future.
The literacy of students
of students is
Students move into
By showing confidence in our project: planning, process,
By giving our beneficiaries a say in creative ways
By claiming what is due to our project, and not more
'Theory of Change' was developed in 1990s in USA, has become important to funders and commissioners here in last 5-10 years
Useful for showing how every part of your project moves towards a clear goal
Can help bring an existing project 'back on track'
Measure What Matters
Tuesday, 15th September - 7:00-8:30pm
[Tuesday, 22nd September -
Help us encourage people to take part in groups and activities that could improve their wellbeing
: the overall, long-term effects of your project
a clear and inspirational statement of the change you want to see in the future
the change over time that results from your project activities
the products, services or facilities you provide
the resources you need to make your project happen