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Contracting Masterclasses image Central Hall image   Proving Social Impact

Pulse Regeneration offers a range of services to evidence social impact, for example when supporting funding applications or proving value when bidding for public service contracts. One of these tools is Social Return on Investment (SROI), which has recently been acknowledged by health secretary Andrew Lansley as being able to provide “very clear evidence” of how the social enterprise model "does deliver”. Pulse is currently developing a partnership with Liverpool John Moores University to expand the delivery of this exciting service. If you are interested in proving social value please contact us for further information.


Big Society Challenge

The rapidly changing environment is affecting all third sector organisations, with upcoming policy presenting both opportunities and uncertainty, such as the Localism Bill, the Modernising Commissioning Green Paper, or the Public Services (Social Enterprise and Social Value) Bill. If you are interested in developing social enterprise, engaging in asset transfer, or delivering public sector services, please contact us to see how we may be able to assist you.


VCS Toolkit

Pulse Regeneration through its unique partnership with Dudley CVS, is continuing the adaptation of its Voluntary and Community Sector Good Practice Toolkit for third sector infrastructure organisations. The Toolkit is a comprehensive guide to running a VCS organisation effectively, including a healthcheck tool, organisational development sections, and supporting information. If you would like to learn about the benefits of the Toolkit for your area, and how it can be adapted for your own local circumstances, please click here.

 
 

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