Interested in measuring your impact? Of course you are. We all are! So how do we do it? Well, there are several possible ways, but what is critical is that we make the perspectives of the people who are meant to enjoy the benefits of a service visible to decision[…]
Using stakeholder voice to measure and maximize impact in non-profit organizations Keystone Accountability and Social Value UK have developed a Stakeholder Engagement training course combining Keystone’s Constituent Voice method and Social Value International’s Principles of Social Value. Keystone helps organizations understand and improve their social performance by harnessing feedback, especially[…]
We are searching for organizations interested in testing the link between accountability to the people they serve and resilience. Keystone Accountability is working with Civicus and Accountable Now on an initiative called Resilient Roots. We are collaborating with civil society organizations around the world, supporting them with resources and grants[…]
Is accountability to the people you serve linked to the resilience of your organization? This is what Keystone Accountability is testing over the next two years. In partnership with Civicus and Accountable Now, we have launched a new initiative called Resilient Roots exploring the links between increasing public support and[…]
Grant funding is now available to help charities working in England improve their social impact. Charities and social enterprises can apply for a grant to cover Keystone’s expertise, allowing us to work together at no cost to the organization. Keystone Accountability, along with other organizations working on social impact, has[…]
“Philanthropy is all about choices: the choice to give, the choice of how to give and who to give it to, even the choice of when to declare victory or admit failure.” “This website is designed to help you make sense of those choices—whether you are an individual giver, a[…]
The IKEA Foundation is the charitable arm of INGKA foundation, the owner of IKEA Group. The IKEA Foundation has announced a series of grants for nonprofits based in the United States and the United Kingdom, one of which is Keystone’s Ground Truth project. To read the IKEA press release, please click here.