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How should you measure social impact?

KBI Measuring Social Impact  

Corporate giving is on the rise again after the hiatus of the financial crisis. But the debate on philanthropy has shifted. Today, measuring corporate philanthropy means evaluating the performance of programs supported rather than counting the dollars donated. What frameworks are most effective at measuring the performance of corporate philanthropy recipients? We explore how companies can determine whether the nonprofits they support are really making a difference, or if their dollars would have more social impact elsewhere.

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