Tools and resources
The SVA Fundamentals for Impact
A framework that leaders and organisations can use to assess how effective they are.
Managing to outcomes guide
A step-by-step guide for organisations looking to adopt an outcomes focused approach.
The power of client experience
Our framework for an effective client feedback system gives social purpose organisations practical advice for effective implementation.
SROI Training Course
A two-day training course that will equip you with a working knowledge of Social Return on Investment and measuring what matters.
How-to guide to NFP mergers
A how-to guide for not-for-profit organisations seeking to explore whether a merger is right for them.
Social Enterprise Strategy Victoria
Submission to the consultation on Victoria's Social Enterprise Strategy 2021+
Indigenous Evaluation Strategy
Response to the Productivity Commission’s draft Indigenous Evaluation Strategy
Submission on the removal of the exemption for funeral expenses policies to the Financial Services Reform Taskforce
Response to the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into the development of an Indigenous Evaluation Strategy
Housing finance aggregator
Submission to the Council on Federal Financial Relations Affordable Housing Working Group.
We believe everyone should be able to participate in the community and economy in a way that is fulfilling to them.
First Nation Peoples
A reconciled Australia is one in which substantive rights and opportunities are guaranteed for all Australians.
We are working to ensure there is an adequate supply of stable and affordable housing for all.
We recognise that mental health and wellbeing is an essential component of thriving communities.
SVA invests in a scalable model to help address housing affordability
Through the SVA Social Impact Investment Trust, HESTA has committed $20m to an innovative Melbourne apartment project that could be replicated at scale to help improve housing affordability and sustainability for first home buyers, Affordable Housing clients and those working in key community occupations.