We undertake evaluation to support continuous improvement and to understand the outcomes and impacts of our past investment.
Through evaluation, we can understand:
- if our strategy is heading in the right direction
- whether our programmes are achieving their objectives
- what improvements can be made through changes
Evaluation adds to out body of knowledge and helps us to establish our reputation as expert grant-makers.
Evaluation of First World War Centenary Activity
Introduction – HLF Centenary activities and the evaluation As part of the 2014-18 commemoration of the Centenary of the First World War (FWW), the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is undertaking a range of activities through both grant-making and working with Government on the UK-wide Centenary programme
Ten Years On: The Impact of the Heritage Grants Programme 2002-2007
HLF commissioned Mott MacDonald, with The Leisure Consultancy, in 2016 to evidence the heritage, social and economic/community impacts of the Heritage Grants Programme (2002-2007) for the UK. The basis for the 2002-2007 programme was HLF’s second strategic plan ‘Broadening the Horizons of Heritage’