We strive to increase our impact and improve what we do. We’re proud of our work over the last eight years - but we can always do better.
We’ve written a new strategy for 2015-20 and refined our Theory of Change that we hope will both improve our impact, and help us to better understand the most effective methods of supporting student social action.
Our new Theory of Change focuses on the double benefit of social action, ensuring that our work leads to our desired outcomes for both students and communities. That means investing resources in community volunteering, skilled placements and incubation, our most impactful activities. Our communications campaigns, events and training will also ensure that students have plenty of opportunities to take their first step in social action.
Our new approach allows us to monitor our long-term impact on student and graduate behaviours. It also highlights areas of success and identifies any programmes not achieving desired outcomes.
This will enable us to improve our impact be expanding our activities and focusing on our most effective areas of work in the year ahead:
volunteers (both long-term and one-off volunteering placements)
Social Innovation Programme participants
Social Impact Interns
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