ASVB Wins SIMNA Change Maker Award

Posted on the 26th July 2017

Alliance Social Enterprises has won the Change Maker in Social Impact Measurement Award, at the recent 2017 SIMNA Awards, for the development of the Australian Social Value Bank (ASVB).

It was such an honour to be recognised by the Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia (SIMNA) with this award, alongside the Ian Potter Foundation who won the Outstanding Funding Organisation Award, and Women’s Property Initiatives (WPI) who took home the 2017 Excellence Award.

We enjoyed being a part of the this year’s Think Outcomes Conference and we appreciate all that SIMNA does in supporting the development and practice of social impact measurement in Australia.

Check out what SIMNA has to say about the ASVB being a game changer for measuring social impact in Australia.

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