Charity evaluation

Charity evaluation (or charity assessment) is the investigation of charities to determine whether they should receive funding. It often includes a mixture of quantitative cost-effectiveness calculations and other considerations, such as the strength of the charity's team, their theory of change,change, and their room for more funding.

There are also other types of funding opportunity that can be evaluated in similar ways, such as individuals, for-profits, academic institutes, think tanks, or other projects or organisations that are not formally registered as charities (Khan & Baxter 2021).charities.[1]

Bibliography

Khan, Anu & Rachel Baxter (2021) Why we say ‘funding opportunity’ instead of ‘charity’, Founders Pledge, February 22.

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    Khan, Anu & Rachel Baxter (2021) Why we say ‘funding opportunity’ instead of ‘charity’, Founders Pledge, February 22.