We are delighted to win the Collaboration Award alongside Seer Data & Analytics and Social Outcomes for our Future Generation Global Impact Measurement Initiative, and to have been finalists for the Innovation Award at the Australian Philanthropy 2024 Awards.

The Collaboration Award – The Future Generation Global Impact Measurement Initiative is an ambitious collaboration to demonstrate the value of investing in wellbeing and prevention, as well as in the core operations and development of high potential non-profits. It involves 14 non-profit organisations, Future Generation Global (philanthropic funder), Social Outcomes (impact measurement specialists) and Seer Data and Analytics (data specialists) and has been in development since early 2022.

The Innovation Award – Future Generation demonstrates outstanding innovation in philanthropy in four key ways:

  • the unique way in which it creates a pool of capital for philanthropy;
  • the way in which it makes philanthropy democratic and accessible to all;
  • the scalability of the model, which is transforming the amount and extent of philanthropy;
  • the pioneering portfolio approach it takes to social investment and impact measurement

Please see further information here on the award winners. Impressive leaders recognised with Australian Philanthropy Awards – Philanthropy Australia

Future Generation CEO, Caroline Gurney, spoke on behalf of the syndicate that received the Collaboration Award for their work on preventing mental ill-health. “We are thrilled to receive the Collaboration Award for The Future Generation Global Impact Measurement Initiative, recognising the collective efforts of Future Generation Global (ASX: FGG), Social Outcomes, Seer Data and Analytics, and our 14 social impact partners,” Caroline said.

We hope this Initiative will set the gold standard in collective impact measurement, bringing attention to the need for greater investment in prevention of mental ill-health and core operational funding for non-profits. Measuring social impact is a challenging and emergent pursuit and we look forward to sharing the results of our team’s impact measurement framework later this year.”

Read the full Philanthropy Australia highlight article here.

Congratulations to all the finalists and winners.

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