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Funders’ monitoring and reporting requirements can present an irrational and unnecessary burden for funded organisations. Funders should avoid regulatory overlap and should be flexible in how quality or effectiveness can be demonstrated.
Their monitoring and reporting requirements should be proportionate to the amount of money being spent and balanced against the need to do real work. For their part, those who seek funding need to provide evidence of effectiveness and must bear in mind that poor conduct may reflect badly on others.
DSC e-news survey on Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) (October 2006)
We asked enewsletter subscribers for their views on the SORP, the SORP committee that is reviewing the guidance, and the committee’s functions.
Demonstrating impact (December 2007 Charity Times)
An article by Ben Wittenberg, Director of Policy and Research, which discusses charity regulation and argues against the need for a new regulatory body to measure charity effectiveness.