What Works Fund
The What Works Fund was set up in 2016 to help establish the most effective methods of improving financial capability across the UK.
It provides financial support for projects which are focused on building evidence of the types of interventions that can make a measurable difference to people’s financial capability. Through this evidence the sector is developing an understanding of what works, and just as crucially: what doesn’t.
Ultimately, the aim is to scale up the most effective projects in order to improve the levels of financial capability for millions of people.
The below projects have received part of the £10 million What Works Fund. A full list of the projects funded in the first round of funding in 2016/17 is available here
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The Royal Leicestershire, Rutland, Wycliffe Society for the Blind
Learnings from the What Works Fund
As the fund progresses, we will be sharing key learnings for practitioners from the 65 What Works projects. Anticipated themes include: how to get people to engage with your project; tips for overcoming key monitoring and evaluation challenges; and tips and strategies for using and disseminating your findings.
Click here for our first webinar on engagement: Learnings from the What Works Fund