Example outcomes and indicators

Below, we offer some examples of outcomes and indicators to help applicants with their proposal for our support.

Area Example outcome Example indicators
Creative, confident communities Stronger relationships between orchestras, promoters and audiences are achieved through new delivery models relevant to local audiences. At least one new delivery model originated by us is adopted by other orchestras/partners per year.
90% of partners report positive impact of working with us in annual survey.
Increased awareness in the arts sector of disabled theatre makers and their employment potential. Stronger relationships between the disability arts and mainstream theatre sectors.
2 new mainstream partners confirmed per year and 10 actors employed per year.
The organisation will be more resilient, with new streams of income. Funding secured from Arts Council England.
Support from national funders and the City Council.
Increased earned income from the festivals through marketing, audience development and co-production arrangements with artists.
A fairer future Marginalised and at risk children and young people have improved life chances through access to learning pathways and accreditation. More young people taking part our programmes stay in education, or go on to further study, training or employment. 
50% increase in number of skills accreditations awarded through our workshops, courses and apprenticeships.
More young leaders develop their skills, confidence and networks. 100 more young people supported through the leadership programme.
1,000 more young people participating in workshops. 
15 young people a year supported to create their own campaigns, projects and businesses.
The campaign is backed by a broader base of organisations working to tackle inclusion rates for disabled young people. The rights of disabled students are taken up in other education campaigns.
2 new partnerships with universities.
The issue is taken on by the GLA and Mayor.
There is systemic change and improvements in the delivery of welfare benefits at local and national level. At least one improved process at local / national level each year.
Casework reports better communication for clients from statutory agencies.
Decrease in number of women in prison. Fewer women in prison.
70% of Police and Crime Commissioners commit to set targets for the numbers of women diverted from custody.Increased investment in women's specialist services.
Our natural world The most harmful hormone disrupting chemicals are phased out of farming and food packaging. 3 chemicals that are currently used extensively are no longer used in consumer products
More people, from more areas of the UK, understand the value of protecting ancient trees. 18 local conservation groups active by 2020.
4,000 people have signed up for the newsletter mailing list by 2020.

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