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Evaluation tender open

Inspiring Scotland invite tenders for an evaluation of the impact of Survivors of Childhood Abuse Support Fund (SOCAS).

The evaluation will assess the difference the programme is making and provide learning for the future. It is anticipate that the evaluation will involve an analysis of self-evaluation reports and data produced by grant-holders, and some primary qualitative research with stakeholders, beneficiaries and grant-holders. The findings will inform the future development of the SOCAS Fund, support the development of the SOCAS charities and the wider third sector.

The output will be a final report completed by end of May 2023.

We anticipate the tender value to be up to £30,000, to include all fees, taxes including VAT, expenses, costs and incidentals, however we welcome all well costed, fully itemised, innovative proposals.

Please see the tender document for further details.

Tenders can be submitted via email to fionadunlop@inspiringscotland.org.uk

Tenders must be received by 13.00 Monday 28 November 2022.

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