Measurement & Reporting

In an increasingly competitive marketplace, it is even more important that organisations are able to demonstrate the difference that they make to society – and the impact of their donors’ support.

In addition, successful charity/corporate fundraising partnerships must be able to set out and measure the tangible business benefits to the corporate partner.

Good Values advises charities on the measurement methodologies that are most appropriate for their specific programmes. We can help you shape your programme so that its outcomes meet the requirements of internal and external stakeholders – and then support you in setting up systems which measure and evaluate your outcomes and impact.

Good Values has also created the Return On Social Investment Model (ROSI™). This measures the overall value of the charity/corporate partnership to each partner. This data has been used by charities to strengthen and extend existing corporate partnerships, as well as to gain competitive advantage in new business pitches. See how Breakthrough Breast Cancer used the ROSI™ model to strengthen their partnership with Marks & Spencer.

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