Social Impact Measurement – A Best Practice Model for Suffolk

Social Impact Measurement is being able to demonstrate how effective your organisation is and what difference it is making, in the wider context.

We are holding an event on 2 November 2016, to present our findings from a Social Impact Measurement pilot project we have recently concluded with 15 VCSE organisations.

Social Impact Measurement - A Best Practice Model for Suffolk
2 November 2016, 9:30am to 1pm
at Kesgrave Community and Conference Centre 


Funded by the Big Lottery through their Awards For All fund, Community Action Suffolk has led a Social Impact Measurement (SIM) pilot project with 15 voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector organisations during the past year.

This event, aimed at the VCSE sector, key Commissioners and Grant Makers will showcase what has been achieved, the processes that the organisations have undergone and present the findings from the pilot.

Delegates will:

  • learn what SIM is
  • understand why it is important to demonstrate
  • learn the lessons learned by the VCSE sector organisations that took part
  • have access to case studies from the organisations that took part
  • leave with a clearer understanding of how to implement SIM in their own organisations.


There will be a 'Q&A' session with a panel of funders, commissioners and representatives from the pilot and the opportunity to network with key individuals involved in social impact measurement



Book your free place(s) online today, simply click here to visit our website.

Where is the event taking place?

Kesgrave Community and Conference Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave, Ipswich, IP5 1JF.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact Hannah Reid
We look forward to seeing you there!