We convert social effort into monetary value
Our impact measurement is based on the Social Return on Investment method. This method places a monetary value on voluntary work and social impacts by comparing the investments made in a social context with the value created for the involved stakeholders.
We want our invested resources to have a maximum impact for the specific target group and we want to objectively measure the impact of our initiatives and efforts, both in a social context and to society in general. That is why we compile an annual SROI report on every project we support.
The White Paper describes how Lind Invest use the SROI method to valuate social improvements. Read and download it below by clicking on the green box.
“Social Return on Investment (SROI) is a measurement method that helps organisations to understand and quantify the social, environmental and economic value they are creating.”
Social Return on Investment
Download Social Return on Investment reports on the projects below
Do you have questions about our approach or supported projects, our Communications and Social Responsibility Manager, Gitte Thordahl Jespersen, will help find your answers.