SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT (SROI) AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN NGOS

Overview
We provide a two-day step-by-step introduction to Social Return on Investment (SROI) and can
arrange accreditation for practitioners

Standard Approved Course Contents originally sponsored by the Scottish Government

  • PRIMARY PURPOSE
  • SUMMARY
  • POTENTIAL BENEFITS
  • CHALLENGES USING THE SYSTEM
  • WHO CAN USE THE TOOL?
  • WHAT RESOURCES ARE NEEDED?
  • DEVELOPMENT, OWNERSHIP AND SUPPORT
  • THIRD SECTOR EXAMPLES
  • FURTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION

Primary Purpose

Social Return on Investment (SROI) is an outcomes-based measurement system that helps organisations to understand and quantify the social, environmental and economic value they are creating.

Developed from traditional cost-benefit analysis and social accounting, SROI is a participative approach that is able to capture in monetised form the value of a wide range of outcomes, whether these already have a financial value or not.  An SROI analysis produces a narrative of
how an organisation creates and destroys value in the course of making change in the world, and a ratio that states how much social value (in N) is created for every N1 of investment.

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