Using pcm for added value

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Using pcm for added value

  1. 1. USING PCM (THE LOGFRAME) TO JUSTIFY ADDED VALUE Defining How the the added benefits will be What benefits measured measurements gainedOverall Objective Social Purpose Verifiable Evidence Assumptions Indicator Outputs Verifiable Evidence AssumptionsOutputs that Indicatorscreate the serviceOutputs thatdeliver the addedbenefits Key Activities Budget Resources TimescaleActivities that Cost of basicdeliver the basic activities Resources requiredservicesActivities that Cost of socialdeliver the added activitiesbenefitsActivities thatproduce theevidenceActivities thatrelate to theassumptions© Social Enterprise
  2. 2. EXAMPLEThe improvedquality of life forresidents ofFylingthorpeHealthy school School meals tested Termly report by That students takemeals for 600 each week by nutritionist to social healthy eatingstudents of nutritionist audit team culture homeFylingthorpe schoolfor 200 school daysSuppliers of food Contracts drawn up Signed contractsengaged with suppliersFresh Vegetables Quality control Signed qualityand fruit policy with inspection reportextra costsLocal workers used Register of workers Register Local residents haveto prepare and used kept the skillsdeliver meals Management Report Board minutesManagement and to Boardsupport servicesprovided Social Audit report Report presented atProject is socially AGMauditedPurchase of food £12,000 pa Management Team January 2005 -Preparation £20,000 pa 300 hours December 2005Delivery £1500 pa Catering staff 3000Management £8,000 pa hoursNutritionist £2,000 pa Delivery vanFresh f&v £2,000 pa Nutritionistsupplement Social Audit TeamTraining for £2,000 pa Storageworkers KitchenEducation £2000 paprogrammeSocial Audit £2000 paBasic cost of meal £41,500 (35p per Cost to school January 2005 - meal) December 2005Added value costs £10,000 (8p per Cost to grant giving March 2005 and meal) body Dec 2006 grants© Social Enterprise

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