FREE IMPACT AUDIT

FREE* YOUTH SOCIAL IMPACT AUDIT

START THE YEAR WITH A FREE YOUTH SOCIAL IMPACT AUDIT WORTH £750+VAT*

Let Fourteen19® undertake a Youth Impact review of your current youth engagement activities

For a one-off fee of £750+VAT* we will evaluate your existing approach against a number of key metrics and make a number of recommendations on areas that could be improved.

Areas we will evaluate include:

  • Your perception as a ‘youth organisation’
  • Your current range of youth product & services
  • Your effectiveness in identifying and engaging your target audience
  • The channels and techniques used to engage your target audience
  • The perceived and actual success of the programme

We will score your organisation 1-5 against 20 specially developed questions and this will give your organisation a score out 100.

The review will be presented in an easy-to-read format and supplied as a digital PDF. Each score will be accompanied by a short narrative explaining the reasoning. 

*Should any subsequent work be commissioned within a six month period, the cost of your Youth Social Impact audit will be deducted. Please note that this will be a minimum of 5 days work.

Please note the free audit is only available for organisations that can demonstrate that they offer beneficial products and services for young people.

To request a FREE Youth Social Impact audit worth £750 please complete the webform below or contact Graham Sykes on 07890 483966.

 

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