We worked with the New Economics Foundation (NEF) to better understand the value of our work, and some of the key social outcomes we deliver. In 2021, every £1 spent delivering our work unlocked at least £14.05 of social value for our charitable network.
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Chance Changing Lives was the first community pantry to open in Cheshire back in October 2018. As a membership community pantry, it offers access to food and non-food items once a week for 150 families as well as offering many other support services, such as counselling and debt advice.
The Hygiene Bank (THB) in Moira, Northern Ireland, part of the national network of Hygiene Banks, distributes essential personal care items to local people struggling financially.
Last year every £1 that you spent on items unlocked £10.50 in value. Collectively, we estimate that we were able to unlock a total £27m across our charitable network. You’ve told us that with the money you save you can help more people and improve your existing services and activities.
As part of our 25th anniversary celebrations we have launched our Powered By Kind campaign. Our ambition is to unlock even more key essential products and welcome more organisations so that we can support even more people together.
SEO literally stands for Search Engine Optimism. Simply put – it’s what gets your site seen by the maximum number of potential users. Increasing your traffic and getting your charity’s name out there!
This step-by-step guide is designed to help whether you are just starting to measure your impact, or are looking to develop existing evaluation methodologies.
This year we are celebrating our 25th anniversary by launching our Powered By Kind campaign.