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The impact of sponsorship on funded organisations

This study investigated the impact of Healthway sponsorship on organisations that received funding across the period 2010 to 2014.

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The aim of this study was to describe the impact of Healthway sponsorship on organisations that receive funding. 

Organisations were invited to participate in an online survey (available to download below) one month following the completion of their Heathway contract. One month after initial contact, organisations that had not completed the online survey were invited to complete the survey via telephone interview.

The survey gathered information on the impact of funding on their organisation's activities, services and programs, their commitment to promoting health, their capactity and sponsorship sustainability, as well as their external partnerships and their health related policies.

The findings are presented in the four report series, available to download below:

Suggested Citations:

Rosenberg M, Lester L, and Teal R. Healthway Organisational Survey 1992-2014. The impact of Healthway funding on the activities, services and programs offered by Sport, Art and Community Organisations (Report 1). Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, The University of Western Australia, Perth, 2015. 

Rosenberg M, Lester L, and Teal R. Healthway Organisational Survey 1992-2014. The impact of Healthway funding on sponsored organisations commitment to promoting health, capacity and sponsorship sustainability (Report 2). Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, The University of Western Australia, Perth, 2015. 

Rosenberg M, Lester L, and Teal R. Healthway Organisational Survey 1992-2014. Sport, arts and community organisation partnerships with external organisations to deliver common goals (Report 3). Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, The University of Western Australia, Perth, 2015. 

Rosenberg M, Lester L, and Teal R. Healthway Organisational Survey 1992-2014. The impact of Healthway sponsorship on health related policy within funded organisations (Report 4). Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, The University of Western Australia, Perth, 2015. 

 

 

Report 1 - The impact of funding on sponsored groups' activities, services and programs

Report2 - The impact of funding on sponsored groups' commitment to promoting health, capacity and sustainability

Report 3 - The impact of funding on sponsored groups' partnerships with external organisations to deliver common goals

Report 4 - The impact of funding on sponsored groups' health related policies

 

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The Impact of funding on sponsored groups activities, services and programs PDF 3.12MB Download
The impact of funding on sponsored groups commitment to promoting health, capacity and sustainability PDF 2.73MB Download
The impact of funding on sponsored groups' partnerships with external organisations to deliver common goals PDF 2.35MB Download
The impact of funding on sponsored groups' health related policies PDF 2.40MB Download
Healthway Evaluation Online Survey PDF 150.17kB Download
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