The Common Foundations are a minimum standard—it’s not meant to be difficult or overly rigorous. We’re taking a closer look at the questions with the most “no” responses, to see if we can help more organizations get to 100%!
Help us improve our data by taking the Common Foundations self-assessment! We are eager to hear not only from social purpose organizations in the beginning stages of implementing impact measurement but also from those with an established practice.
The Common Foundations reiterate the essential practices that are common to many different approaches and frameworks and are therefore compatible with many other standards. Let’s take a look at how Demonstrating Value’s framework and resources align with the Common Foundation’s minimum standards.
Impact measurement has the potential to serve as a lifeline for social purpose organizations. We look at how Furniture Bank is creating a more holistic and consistent measurement practice. The last in our three-part series.
We continue our look at Furniture Bank’s impact measurement practice, examining how the organization’s ongoing journey with impact measurement and willingness to embrace trial and error led to key learnings. The second in a three-part series.
Many social purpose organizations are wondering where to start on their social impact journey. To help with this question, we are taking a look at Furniture Bank’s journey to use impact measurement for an expanded purpose. The first in a three-part series.