Here are just four examples of our work:
FundAction commissioned m2 to undertake a review of the first five years of FundAction’s activity and to reflect upon the years ahead. You can read our full report here.
Justice Together Initiative (JTI)
Learning partner for this major funding programme for whom we developed a learning plan, Theory of Change and a report which can be read here.
The King’s Fund
m2 was commissioned by The King’s Fund’s to provide an overview of the organisation’s Cascading Leadership programme. Here is our report:
Impact learning partner including the development of an evaluation framework and Theory of Change for the organisation: streetwiseopera.org/impact
‘We really enjoyed working with Matthew and Miranda at m2 who conducted the evaluation of our Beacon programme for Chairs of smaller charities. There was a real sense of partnership in identifying how the evaluation would make a difference to our work. We are really pleased with the final report; it allowed us to demonstrate progress, but also gave us insights about next steps. m2 took great care in understanding what we needed from the evaluation, and delivered it.’
Ros Oakley, Chief Executive, Association of Chairs
‘Working with m2 has been such a positive experience for Gingerbread; we have learned so much. As well as meeting our expectations in having substantial expertise and knowledge about impact and evaluation, I felt they were invested in our mission and purpose. They contributed to extremely valuable discussions, helping us to unpick challenges and make critical decisions, which has enabled us to reframe our work and direction of travel. It's been so helpful to have them as partners – and in fact we’re now working with them again.’
Jo Hardy, Head of Services, Gingerbread
‘m2 consultants provided invaluable support and training for members of the CRIN team at a time when we were working through how to develop shared leadership within the organisation. We particularly appreciated their sensitivity to and understanding of how our team operates and the different styles and types of leadership.’
Leo Ratledge, Co-Director, Child Rights International Network