Author Archives: Sally Cupitt

Sally Cupitt

About Sally Cupitt

Sally Cupitt is Head of NCVO Charities Evaluation Services. She been a consultant at CES for over 15 years. She specialises in independent evaluations of voluntary sector organisations, research and helping organisations to develop and implement monitoring and evaluation frameworks and systems.

Evaluation in a post-truth world

The head of NCVO's charities evaluation services explains why evaluation research is still crucial for voluntary sector organisations. Continue reading

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Want trust and confidence? Demonstrate your impact

Why proving your impact is more important now than ever and some guidance for doing this Continue reading

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The ’10 minute theory of change’ challenge

Learn how to produce a simplified theory of change to help you communicate your impact; all in 10 minutes Continue reading

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A quarter-century of evaluation

Sally Cupitt reflects on 25 years of Charities Evaluation Services (CES), looking at how the sector has changed and setting out a vision for the future. Continue reading

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So you want to assess impact?

What we mean by impact, and what do qualitative methods have to offer? Continue reading

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RCTs – the next step for impact assessment?

Sally Cupitt gives a brief outline of her newly-released article investigating how useful randomised controlled trials are for the voluntary sector. Continue reading

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