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A video (and musical!) presentation showing the impact KnowHow NonProfit has had on the voluntary sector during its first three years.
In 2008, research by the Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness had identified a huge training gap in the voluntary sector. They found that people working in charities were half as likely to get the training they needed to improve in their jobs than their counterparts in the public or private sectors.
That year, the Cass City Centre for Charity Effectiveness Trust successfully bid for a Big Lottery Fund grant to set up an online space for charity and non profit workers to get the skills they needed.
KnowHow NonProfit was born.
So what have we done with our funding over the past three years?
Well, press play to find out. And get ready to start tapping your feet...
All stats and figures in this report were accurate at 01 May 2011.
(We strongly recommend that you maximise the size of the video by pressing the arrow icon at the bottom right of the play bar.)
Video is 4m 50s long.
We'd like to say a big thank you to all the organisations and individuals who have supported KnowHow. See the full list of our supporters.
KnowHow has become the go-to place for social learning in the voluntary sector. We are constantly thinking of new ways to connect people in the sector so that they can learn from each other. You probably already know about:
We promise more of this kind of innovation, and more sophisticated, low-cost ways to encourage learning in the voluntary sector.
If you want to talk to us about anything we've done over the past three years, or any of our plans for ther future, don't hesitate to get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'd love to hear from you.
All the best,
the KnowHow team past and present (Linden, Tom, Cristina, Madeleine, Luke, Damien, Matthew, Hannah, Chitra, Ezekiel, Sahara, Garry and Sonja)