Our impact reports
Impact reports detail the Outcomes achieved by the groups we support, by the end of work funded by our grants. Outcomes are the positive changes that people experience in their lives as a result of the charitable work. We base the reports on information provided by the groups at the end of the grant period, which is usually 12 months after the funding is awarded This is why the reports relate to grants awarded in the previous year.
Impact Report 2019/20
Our latest Impact Report is for 2019/20. During that year:
- We awarded £396,883 in grants
- Benefiting 5,390 people all across Dorset
- The average grant size for groups was £3,624 and for individuals – £253
To read the full Impact Report, please click here.
Other Impact Reports
Every year our grants are distributed via a number of different funding programmes. Here are some of our Impact Reports for specific funding programmes in 19/20.
Our Coronavirus Impact Reports
The following reports chart our impact during the pandemic
Phase 1 ‘Dorset in the Pandemic’ – impact of grants awarded Apr – July 2020 (and summary of awards in phases 2, 3 and 4)
Phase 2 – impact of grants awarded Aug – Sept 2020
Phase 3 & 4 – impact of grants awarded Nov 2020 – March 2021 (*including distribution of funds from BCP Council and Dorset Council)
Report for BCP Council – impact of grants awarded December 2020
Report for Dorset Council – impact of grants awarded December 2020 & January 2021
DCF Bursary Scheme
Dorset Performing Arts Fund
Read the impact report for year two, which covers grants made in 2020/21
Designs for Humanity Fund
Wessex Water Community Fund