Combine the impact of multiple organisations on multiple beneficiaries in one platform
The Makerble Impact Hub supports all five pillars of Collective Impact
1. Common Agenda
Multiple organisations can use the Makerble Impact Hub to develop a shared understanding of the problem they are solving
Discuss your Theories of Change. Add comments. Save them to your library
Apply a master Theory Of Change to all projects within an area
Set targets for each Activity output, Participation output, Outcome and Indicator
2. Mutually Reinforcing Activities
Collective Impact is done well when there is a diverse set of stakeholders which each have a specialism. The Makerble Impact Hub is sufficiently versatile and easy-to-use to support the data from a variety of activities, no matter what kind of organisation is running them.
Each Organisation has its own Profile Page within the Impact Hub
Organisations within the same Collective Impact area can see each other’s Project Pages and thus see the activities they are doing
The Single Beneficiary View on the Makerble Impact Hub shows you the different activities and projects that each beneficiary takes part in
3. Shared Measurement
For collective impact to work, organisations must collect data regularly which measures progress and results in a consistent way. This makes alignment and accountability easier to achieve.
APIs, Integrations and Unique Identifiers which enable the Makerble Impact Hub to connect with partner organisations’ existing databases
Intelligent dashboards which provide real-time view of progress against every output, indicator and target
Direct Data Entry into the Impact Hub is possible. Organisations that do not have an existing database can easily use the Impact Hub as their primary beneficiary management tool.
4. Continuous Communication
Seamless communication about progress is essential for organisations within a Collective Impact area. Teams working across different organisations ought to be kept in the loop on progress as though they were within the same organisation.
Shared Updates which anyone within the network can Comment On
Ability to tag beneficiaries and colleagues within Updates
Shared Library of Metrics
5. Support of a “Backbone” Organisation
For Collective Impact to be a success, there needs to be a backbone organisation. The Makerble Impact Hub provides backbone organisations with the tools they need to ensure activities are aligned, shared measurement practices and evidence of impact is readily available to policymakers, funders and the public.
Ability to make Project Pages public so that funders, journalists and members of the public can see the impact
Donation Buttons which allow people to support the work of the Collective Impact area in a click
Administrative Tools which enable organisations, projects and individuals to be easily added to or removed from the Collective Impact area.
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