The health and disability charities are particularly good at making clear how beneficiaries are in involved in the development of their strategies. It makes perfect sense for them to do this. What is interesting is not that they do it, but I don’t recall seeing any development charities, or homelessness, or community charities setting out how they have involved their beneficiaries. Why on earth not?
The two winners here are CRUK and Mind (shown below) who start their strategies with an introduction/ explanation of how beneficiaries are involved, and go onto name the specific individuals who are on their beneficiary groups. Nice touch.
You can find CRUK strategy here: https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/our-organisation/our-strategy-to-beat-cancer and Mind here: https://www.mind.org.uk/about-us/our-strategy/