Welcome to GuideHub
We help voluntary and community sector organisations demonstrate the value of their services by identifying the key factors in their operation that matter. Whether we’re raising funds, developing indicators and data management systems or doing instructional design, our activities are focused on helping you to get where you need to be, so that your service users benefit.
At GuideHub, we work closely with you to really understand what your organisation is about. We have a logical approach and an exceptional attention to detail and a commitment to high quality work.
Helping you demonstrate the impact of your work by tracking outcomes
Researching grant funders and writing applications for your project
Project management and delivery within alongside network of partners
Production of interactive online materials for your learners
Meet our Team
Janos has 14 years' experience working on EU funded international projects and for 10 years managed and developed employability related programmes funded by the European Social Fund in the UK.
Janos worked on the SEED project, as part of an international partnership producing e-learning materials for young adults on the competencies required for remote work. He is currently working to produce online learning materials on life skills for young people leaving the care system.
Sarah has 17 years’ experience working in and around the voluntary and public sectors including work on direct delivery of training and employability projects and programme management of ESF, local authority and independent charity grants programmes.
Sarah is currently working raising funds for the installation of step free access in a grade I listed church and continuing to support a social enterprise with the management of its data and tracking outcomes.
Built for a social enterprise supporting young people as they leave care. We helped the team to identify which outcomes are important to record and developed a system of data entry forms and associated reports
Working with a church to raise funds for restoration and step free access. We develop ideas before preparing funding applications and support the charity with community fundraising
We are a partner on the Erasmus+ project Social Impact: Measuring What’s Important, training youth organisations how to measure the social impact of their work. Participants are from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal and Ukraine.
Online learning for young people
We are working to develop interactive and engaging online learning materials in independent living skills for young people
We were a delivery partner on the Erasmus+ project SEED from 2015-2017, working with partners across Europe to develop e-learning materials for young adults in the key competencies required for remote work