The overhead costs of an organisation, as opposed to those specific to a project.
Income which a charity obtains through selling products or services, for example providing training courses, or running charity shops.
Broader or longer-term effects of a project’s or organisation’s outputs, outcomes and activities.
Information that allows performance to be measured. It is a statistical value that links an organisation’s activities to their outputs and outcomes.
All the resources a group needs to carry out its activities, such as money, people, facilities, and equipment.
An operational charity, as opposed to a grant-making charity, is one which carries out charitable activities directly, such as helping disadvantaged people or working in some other way to improve s
The changes, benefits, learning or other effects that result from what the project or organisation makes, offers or provides: for example, a new job, increased income or improved self esteem.
The direct and tangible products from the activity: for example, the number of people trained.
Assets or income which are restricted for a particular use, such as a donation made to a charity specifically for a bursary or a named project run by the charity.