Funders and practitioners often collect case studies to help evidence their impact or showcase good practice, but it can be challenging to know how best to collect case studies and what to do with them afterwards. Drawing on learning from a recent project on volunteering and wellbeing in Wales, where we analysed 50 case studies of volunteering during the pandemic, we share advice on what makes a good case study and how best to interpret learning from multiple case studies. There will also be an opportunity for participants to share their experiences and seek advice.
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