The Partner Insight Hub has all the latest information on the Brand Partner assessments. View all the data reports from the assessments, get the link to the latest assessment, and download a Word document reference copy to consult as your fill in the assessments.
This monthly assessment aims to find out how many older people Brand Partners are helping so that we can demonstrate the collective frontline response of the network to funders, influencers, media colleagues and more. Originally collected every fortnight, these assessments will take place monthly from July onward.
The information provided will be aggregated to provide an overall picture and trends over time of the network, without singling out anyone or groups of partners.
This Partner Insight Hub page holds the findings as we gather and analyse, and links to the latest assessment. As always, thank you for all for completing the assessments this incredibly busy time.
Next Assessment – February
The February Monthly Assessment is now live and ready for completion. This month’s assessment again features a Covid-19 Emergency Appeal Fund Section which you can view in the Word Document reference copy of the assessment below.
The assessment period covers February 1st to 28th and the deadline for completion is 5pm on Wednesday 10th February 2021.
A Word document reference copy for you to consult before filling in the assessment is available here:
Click below to view the aggregate reports from each Fortnightly Assessment:
Click above to view the data from the first fortnightly assessment, covering the period 20/04/20 – 01/05/20
Click above to view the data from the second fortnightly assessment, covering the period 02/05/20 – 15/05/20
Click above to view the data from the third fortnightly assessment, covering the period 30/05/20 – 12/06/20
Click below to view the aggregate reports from each Monthly Assessment:
Click above to the view the data for the August Assessment, covering the period 1st – 31st August.
Click above to view the data for the September Assessment, covering the period 1st-30th September.
Click the button above to view data for the October Assessment, covering the period 1st-31st October.
Click the button above to view data for the November Assessment, covering the period 1st-30th November.
|Assessment Month||Date of Release||Date for Completion|
|January||25th January||10th February 5pm|
|February||22nd February||10th March 5pm|
|March||22nd March||12th April 5pm|
Colleagues who act as regional links will ensure they share the latest insight emerging from the analysis as it builds over time, and you are welcome to speak to these individuals if you have any questions about the approach being described. Their names and email addresses are provided at the end of this message.
Any questions please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or your regional link:
- East: David Chenery, email@example.com
- East Midlands: Paul Robson, firstname.lastname@example.org
- London: Alexander Nobes, email@example.com
- North East: Paul Robson, firstname.lastname@example.org
- North West: Heather Stephenson, email@example.com
- Scotland and NI: Kirsty Gaskell-Sinclair, firstname.lastname@example.org
- South East: Stuart Prince, email@example.com
- South West: Sara Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wales: Heather Stephenson, email@example.com
- West Midlands: Kirsty Gaskell-Sinclair, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Yorkshire & Humber: John Fox, email@example.com
A collection of statistics that may be useful to local partners during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Analysis of clinically extremely vulnerable people (the shielding population) in England during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, including their behaviours and mental and physical well-being. This survey covers the period from 28 May to 3 June 2020.
Provisional counts of the number of deaths and age-standardised mortality rates involving the coronavirus (COVID-19) between 1 March and 31 May 2020 in England and Wales. Figures are provided by age, sex, geographies down to local authority level and deprivation indices.