Please list up to 4
outcomes that you expect to result from this grant:
The Westminster Foundation defines an 'outcome' as the
direct changes that your project can make over time to address the need(s) you
have identified. They are the result of what you do, rather than the activities
or services you provide. In answer to this question, we simply ask that you
list what you expect to come out of this grant in order to judge it a success.
We will ask you to report against these measures at the end of your grant.
Your list may include both qualitative and quantitative
outcomes however outcomes are best described using words of change, such as:
'more', 'better', 'less' or 'improved'. In some cases outcomes may involve
keeping a situation stable, or stopping things from getting worse.
The expected outcomes
are not to be confused with the project aims.
The aim sums up the purpose of
your project rather than the impact it has.
Example outcomes might include:
- 5 young people access meaningful employment as a result of
- increase the efficiency of our service by bringing down
cost per beneficiary
- fathers improve their parenting skills resulting in
stronger family relationships
- provide training to staff/ volunteers to improve skills
and capacity to meet needs
- an increase in local community groups will decrease social
isolation for elderly people