SIMNA VIC is back! We are delighted to announce the re-launch of SIMNA’s Victorian Chapter, growing our community of practice in social impact measurement.
Join us on Thursday 23 October 2014 for a facilitated workshop on ‘Getting Started in Social Impact Measurement’ We are meeting at Captain Melville, 34 Franklin St (between Swanston and Elizabeth) from 4.00pm – 6.00pm.
How do I get a ticket?
Tickets are available on Eventbrite – remember to book your place today! They will also be available on the door. Booking through Eventbrite is advised as places are limited.
The delightful Russell Shields, Director of Community Pop-Up Markets and founding member of Second Bite is our guest speaker. Come and hear about Russell’s journey and how social impact measurement has helped him build a new social enterprise that is making fresh food affordable and accessible to communities who need it – as well as creating employment and healthy communities along the way.
How will I benefit?
At this event, you will meet fellow social impact practitioners, including the new SIMNA-VIC Organising Committee, hear from experts on how to measure social impact, contribute to a Q&A session on social impact, see what change can come to your organisation by improving measurement of social impact and support a community of practice that creates real change by increasing social impact literacy in society.
The best $5 you will ever spend. This is the social impact sector so we won’t be laying on French champagne and caviar – and there will be no laser show or fireworks (sorry!). But we will have some great nibbles, some brilliant and informative speakers and an opportunity for you to contribute to the debate. There will also be the chance to meet and share stories from the front line of social impact measurement practice.
For all this we are charging just $5.00 to fund the nibbles. Drinks are at bar prices.