SROI snapshot assessment



  • Over an 18-month duration, of the 192 beneficiaries to date, 85 have found paid work and a further 13 are self employed
  • The total social value of the project to date is estimated at £979,000 based on employment benefits only
  • Project expenditure to date is estimated at £63,000
  • The Social Return on the investment of £1 in the project is £15
Assumptions: We did not have information on household composition, length of employment or part-time working. Where necessary, data has been borrowed from The Octavia Foundation’s evaluation of their training and employment programme, which was itself based on the government’s Ready for Work SROI.

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