Embracing Evaluation: Sydney Street Choir
Measuring the impact of the
For almost 20 years, the Sydney Street Choir plays a huge role in the lives of its members, and giving homeless people a voice. But this small, grass-roots not-for-profit is very limited in its resources, and measuring impact hasn’t been high on their radar and falls to the bottom of the list.
This project aimed at building the capacity of the Sydney Street Choir to understand, measure and report on the social impact of its program. Funded by the PAYCE Foundation, this project followed the Sydney Street Choir on their evaluation journey as they learned about social impact measurement, and utilised the tools and resources of the Social Impact Toolbox to develop their evaluation plan.
See how the UTS Social Impact Toolbox Team worked with the PAYCE Foundation to democratise information and create free access to the tools needed to help organisations like the Sydney Street Choir to show their impact journey and engage more support.
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