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Sally Light of the MND Association recounts how the ice bucket challenge transformed the charity's profile

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Is outcomes measurement at the top of your charity’s agenda?

How To Measure Outcomes: Practical Tools And Tips is a one-day event organised by Third Sector, providing charities with in-depth, practical guidance on demonstrating their value.

In this article four of the speakers at the event tackle some of the questions that are likely to be discussed.

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