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Making the Case - Social Added Value Guide (2006)

Last Updated: Wednesday 9 August 2017

The guide helps social economy organisations demonstrate the social added value that is intrinsic to services they deliver. It offers a recognised way to measure the positive benefits of these activities will help when seeking further investment.

The guide outlines what social added value is and why it should be measured as well as looking at the environment in which social enterprises and voluntary organisations operate.

The guide introduces various social added value tools, helps you choose the right tool for your needs and signposts you to available sources of advice and support. It also discusses the use of external consultants.

written in 2006 by Kevin Robbie (Chief Executive), Colette Maxwell (Development Co-ordinator) Forth Sector

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