Social Impact Measurement for Civil Society Organizations
The project intends to empower the operation of non-profits within Civil Society by enhancing their effectiveness, transparency and governance through the application of social impact measurement methods.
THE state of the non-profit organizations
Transparency, accountability and evaluation
In Europe, the creation of a large number of non-profits that are involved in the provision of a wide range of social activities is noticed. This trend is not accompanied by systematic practices/tools of transparency, accountability and evaluation. As a result, people tend not to truly trust non-profits, consequently, they cannot prove or measure systematically in an objective way their social impact. A common methodology and approach should be agreed upon which all non-profits could apply.
What does the project bring?
Different sets of stakeholders
Foundations, academic institutions and researchers, state officials, representatives of Corporate Social Responsibility departments, social entrepreneurs, etc.
The Contributions of the project
The staff adult members, who will be involved in the project activities will be directly benefited, will enhance their active participation in society, will improve their competencies and skills, will gain motivation and increased satisfaction in their daily work.
Methodologies and Results
Comprehensive guide on social impact measurement.
The guide will present the existing ways of measuring social impact in partners’ countries and will include a training needs analysis of the existing skill gaps will be performed among representatives of civil society as well as overall stakeholders in each partners country so that the training manual to be tailored around those skill gaps.
Co-Creation of a virtual learning environment through an online platform.
The Virtual Educational Online Platform will provide Civil Society Organizations’ representatives with a common space to obtain knowledge and practical experience related to the issues regarding social impact measurement.
Stakeholders of the Third Sector
The work developed by SIM4CSOs is expected to have a positive impact on the following groups. Are you one of these target groups? If you want to get involved in the project, contact us!