Tuesday, March 20, 2012

£895,775 Secured for Family Crisis Intervention Work in Hackney

Bybreen Samuels, the CEO of Insights To Impact
Insights To Impact has successfully helped five charities based in Hackney to secure £895,775 from the Big Lottery Fund – Improving Futures Programme. The partnership is led by Hackney CVS.
Jake Ferguson, Chief Executive of Hackney CVS says “We commissioned Insights To Impact to work with our partnership - Hackney Families First, to help us cultivate our vision of supporting 210 families, by writing an engaging and robust business plan. 
Our delivery partners; Claudia Jones Organisation, Daymer, African Community School and Inspire! are dynamic frontline organisations that are passionate about the development of children and families.  Their innovative approaches have already changed the lives of children and families, in crisis.  The grant from the Big Lottery Fund will enable the partnership to further embed their processes and practices to greater effect. Furthermore, a the work of our partnership is fully supported by the London Borough of Hackney.”
In a climate of growing demand for financial resources from non profit organisations when the supply of public sector is declining and trust funding is oversubscribed, it is imperative that organisations continue to innovate and give wider consideration on how to create sustainable strategies.
Bybreen Samuels, Chief Executive of Insights To Impact says, “There are a number of factors that can support the creation of a sustainable organisation.  Two important ones are; creating a business model that clarifies the rationale for how income is going to be generated.  As well as developing new or enhancing current donor relationships. And a key element for this is that organisations should find ways to build upon those relationships through educating donors about who they really are and what they do.  Education builds trust and reassures donors that strategies and activities are moving in the right direction.”
Insights To Impact provide business optimization services to non profit organisations and enterprising individuals.  They take the form of; fundraising, business modelling, marketing systems and performance coaching.  For more information please contact: Bybreen Samuels on 0208 761 2003, Skype – bybreen, Twitter @BybreenSamuels support@insightstoimpact.com www.insightstoimpact.com



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Andrea Desouja said...

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