In August 2015 UK Community Foundations commissioned Wavehill to undertake the monitoring and evaluation of Fourteen; a £3.5 million programme funded by Spirit of 2012 (Spirit), a Trust set up by the Big Lottery Fund to build on the success of voluntary participation in the London 2012 Olympics.
Spirit is working with the UK Community Foundations (UKCF) and Springboard in Northern Ireland to deliver long-lasting social change in fourteen 14 communities throughout the UK which stretch from Bristol to the Highlands of Scotland.
Fourteen communities have been selected to receive three years of funding to increase community participation and improve wellbeing.
Wavehill is tasked with establishing monitoring and evaluation systems to gather information through engagement with service providers and the communities themselves on the impact arising as a result of encouraging participation amongst the communities.
Contact: Oliver Allies