The CFHS evaluating impact programme is open to community food organisations working in low-income communities who work with older people to eat well, or within communities to address long-term issues of food poverty.
The aim of the programme is to increase the amount of evidence on the difference made by community food initiatives (CFIs) in the areas of work indicated. To do this we are offering community food organisations the opportunity to access support to evaluate and report on their work.
There are two support opportunities available, which will suit CFIs at different levels of evaluative skill and capacity; evaluating impact development funding and the evaluating impact learning account.
More information and details of how to apply are available in the CFHS other funding and opportunities section.