Money in Mind project news
- See our April 2013 update for the latest news from the Money in Mind project. We have helped 275 groups since the start of the project.
- We are proud to announce that an independent evaluation of the project has found that "Money in Mind helps community groups to grow in size and scale of activity by building confidence and enabling them to fundraise more effectively." The full report includes case studies from six groups who have used Money in Mind project services. We are very grateful to them for giving up the time to talk with the consultants undertaking the evaluation.
- We did a presentation on the Money in Mind simple accounts system at the CVSF Small Community Groups network meeting on 17th May - notes from the discussion and training materials are available to download from our training page.
Year 4 (October 2012 to September 2013)
Year 3 (October 2011 to September 2012)
Year 2 (October 2010 to September 2011)
Year 1 (October 2009 to September 2010)
Feedback and evaluation
- Impact evaluation (user survey) 2010
- Impact evaluation (user survey) 2011
- Independent evaluation report, October 2012
The Money in Mind Project was launched in October 2009. It is funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The project exists to support small community and voluntary groups in Brighton & Hove with their financial management. Support is provided by a partnership of the Resource Centre and Impact Initiatives.