“Social Return on Investment Case Study Analysis”

by | December 23, 2008 | Human Services, Other, Tropman Reports | 0 comments

There is difficulty in measuring the social impact of the nonprofit sector. While leaders and executives may have anecdotes about the success of their programming and services, it can be challenging to capture nonprofits’ impact on the economy in the way of alleviating social issues. The Forbes Funds teamed up with the University Center for Social and Urban Research at the University of Pittsburgh to identify a method for assessing this impact, called Social Return on Investment. The following report provides several case examples and conclusions on how individual organizations can measure their Social Return on Investment.

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