Measure your impact on young people’s well-being – NPC’s Well-being Measure1 February 2012
Do you know what difference you make to young people’s self-esteem, emotional well-being and relationships? Can you demonstrate your outcomes?
New Philanthropy Capital has launched a product to help youth organisations measure their impact on young people’s well-being. It’s an evaluation tool designed for surveying across a group or cohort of young people aged 11 to 16.
Using an online system, you can create surveys and track how well-being changes in eight areas: self-esteem, emotional well-being, resilience, friendships, family relationships, satisfaction with school, satisfaction with community, and overall life satisfaction.
It’s flexible so you can choose from this set of validated measures and add your own questions if you wish. Once complete, you can download a report of your results.
NPC’s Well-being Measure is used by a range of organisations including the Outward Bound Trust, BBC Children in Need, Toynbee Hall and Activ8 to prove to funders what they’ve achieved and get an external validation of their work.
NPC’s Well-being Measure is supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, and the Private Equity Foundation.
To read more about NPC’s Well-being Measure, visit www.well-beingmeasure.com