We are very pleased to welcome Scholten & Partners as an Organisational Member of Social Value International, one of the first consultancies in Europe to introduce SROI in 2001.
Social Value International published a new Supplementary Guidance document that accompanies “A Guide to Social Return on Investment (2012) and focuses on Principle 2.
This free full-day event will bring together over 200 policymakers, entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers to better understand how public services, civil society and the private sector can engage with, develop and harness collaborative platforms for good.
This report presents an evaluation of social return for the BeHealthy Programme (BHP) implemented by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) in Russia with the financial support of the Mondelēz International Foundation (MIF). The programme is part of the Mondelēz Global Community Partnership Initiative to promote active, healthy lifestyles – a critical component of the company’s wellbeing mission.
Building Organisations to Deliver Social Impact: Bridging the gap between good intentions and practice
View the recording of a recent Anton Simanowitz led webinar that looks into the heart of the impact system and gives a twist to its management. This is aimed at anybody working in an organisation with a social purpose, from board members to managers, frontline staff or impact people in general, the goal of this webinar is to have a better understanding of the social impact process.
Tulip Foundation organised a meeting of the Bulgarian Social Impact group on 20 May in Sofia. The core of the meeting was the theme about the recent changes in legislation concerning impact assessment in Bulgaria.
Social Value International members, Caroline Gardner, Karl Leathem and Sandra Velthuis, discuss their perspective on social value and the need for rigour in reporting.
EVPA, the membership body for European organisations engaged in social impact investment or venture philanthropy, release two in depth case studies investigating impact measurement in funding organisations.
Sinzer, a software tool for managing social impact, has become the first software tool to be reviewed in line with the Principles of Social Value.
Jeremy Nicholls argues that accounting as a way of allocating resources holds the key to creating a sustainable future.