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Impact Measurement

Social impact research and evaluation shouldn't be a chore – properly done, it can provide valuable insights on your social organization's or program's efforts.

Social Impact Architects can offer insight on how your social program or efforts can better meet the needs of clients and drive continuous improvement in your organization. To achieve social impact, you have to start with the end in mind – uncover what you want to know and learn and it will lead you to measure the right things and analyze your social impact to support your decision-making. To do this, we start with the organization’s logic model and work with you to define the impact you hope to achieve. We then work backwards to determine the tools you need to capture results and tell your organization’s story in a compelling way.

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