How organisations use Impact Analytics
Collective Impact technology
Impact Analytics for reporting
READ OUR CASE STUDIES
World Animal Protection needed to position their central tenet of ‘animal welfare’ in a way that resonated with a new mainstream audience without alienating their existing supporters.
The Business School at University College Birmingham needed a way to give their students the opportunity to put what they had learnt into practice and gain a real-world understanding of business and innovation.
A West London charity was struggling with recruitment and retention on a £250,000 programme funded by the European Social Fund which was designed to get young people who had dropped out of school, back into education, employment or training.
Right To Succeed wanted a custom dashboard powered by Makerble that gave commissioners and head teachers data that enabled them to set the improvement priorities for their schools.
Local Trust is a foundation that funds 150 local groups across England to the tune of £150million over ten years with grants to improve their local areas.
Friends of the Earth had an ambitious programme but had no clear way to demonstrate its impact. Find out how we developed a Strategy for Impact for the programme, identified new activity areas and clear measurable indicators
Find out how we unified the Engineers Without Borders organisation level strategy, management KPIs and programme level outcomes by creating a practical Theory of Change and set of usable indicators.
The African Foundation for Development has used Makerble to streamline its impact measurement and frameworks for reporting back to funders
Discover how a grassroots campaign became a national movement powered by the Makerble platform
Unsure where to start?
Speak with Matt Kepple, founder of Makerble. Matt has worked with organisations large and small to help them report on their impact. He has worked across the spectrum of impact measurement including created Theories of Change and writing surveys through to devising structures for new databases that keep track of service users.
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