The new Impact Dashboard, will allow users to access anonymous data about the young people that Street League support, the barriers they have overcome and which employment sectors they moved into
Instead of waiting until the end of the year to publish cumulative data in their annual report, Street League, the national charity that uses sport programmes to tackle youth unemployment, has launched an innovative Online Impact Dashboard that will enable users to interact with real-time data about the young people it is supporting.
The Impact Dashboard is the latest development in Street League’s #CallForClarity campaign, which has received public backing from 147 other organisations and saw Street League named winner in the annual report category at the Third Sector Awards in September.
Street League chief executive Matt Stevenson-Dodd said: “We don’t think success should be measured by turnover, or by vague numbers of people ‘reached’, or by a story about one or two beneficiaries. It should be measured by presenting what we do in a transparent way and allowing other people to decide whether they think we are successful, or not.”