CFHS fact sheet that explores the use of economic evidence in the third sector.
In November 2011, NHS Fife commissioned Blake Stevenson Ltd to evaluate Fife’s Community Kitchen, located at Adam Smith’s College’s Levenmouth campus. The report, executive summary and appendices are included.
Evaluation of community-based mental health organisations training in food, nutrition and health funding 2010
Findings from the evaluation of funding CFHS made available to support community based mental health organisation to provide training to their staff and volunteers in food and nutrition.
This report summarises feedback from organisations awarded funding from CFHS through a funding scheme run in summer 2011.
In Spring 2010 CFHS commissioned external research to explore the impact of small grants of 2008. In 2008, 58 organisations received funding between £150 and £3000. The research explored the impact of the grants for individuals, communities and the organisations themselves. Issues around sustainability and key learning were also captured.
With the Edinburgh Food and Health Training Hub, we ran a capacity building pilot for community cafes between March and June this year, with nine cafes in total taking part in the programme, which has now been evaluated.
Tomorrow’s Menu; Turning Point Scotland; Celebrating outcomes; healthyliving award; Beyond Smoothies
Since 2008 CFHS has offered a range of learning and development opportunities around social enterprise. An evaluation of these activities was recently carried out with the participants.
Healthy Goals; Evaluation; Community Gardens; a Focus on Mental Health
This report by Blake Stevenson, commissioned by Community Food and Health (Scotland) in partnership with Edinburgh Community Food and the City of Edinburgh Council, is based on an evaluation of the Happy Jack project in terms of its economic value.