Partners in Social Innovation


Our service areas

Research & Analysis

We support our clients to better understand the issues they work on and the people they work with, using a range of primary and secondary research methods. We conduct interviews and focus groups and administer surveys. We also conduct desk-­based market research and evidence reviews. We take a rigorous approach to qualitative and quantitative data analysis.

Evaluation & learning partnerships

We support our clients to better understand and improve their work, through process, economic and impact evaluations and learning partnerships. We take a theory-­based approach to evaluation and advocate for the use of theories of change. We act as a critical friend and support our clients to take a reflective and developmental approach to their work.

Workshop facilitation & training

We support our clients to build capacity in our areas of expertise through practical training session and enable diverse stakeholders to engage with social programmes and policy through workshops. We also facilitate C-­‐suite level meetings directly including AGMs and Board sessions.

Strategy & design

We support our clients to develop new strategies for their work and to design systems and programmes that can help them to achieve their aims. We see value in co-­production and user involvement. We facilitate co-­‐design processes for social programmes.

Programme delivery

We support our clients to deliver work and to act on our recommendations by providing practical support through implementation and by taking on a project management role. We also deliver our own grant-­‐funded programmes. Curently this work is focused on enabling civil society participation in government decision-­making and developing technology to support rough sleepers.

Passionate about impact

Diverse backgrounds, common purpose

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TSIP Launches practical guide to matched crowdfunding for trusts, foundations, government departments and businesses

29th June 2018

‘Putting the pieces together: A practical guide to matched crowdfunding’ is aimed at funders that are interested in funding projects with the ‘crowd’ by awarding grants to projects that are crowdfunding. It offers an overview of what matched crowdfunding is, who’s involved and different approaches along with insights and advice from experienced match funders, grantees and crowdfunding platforms. 

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