Our Work

Partner Management and Validations

Partner Management NGO/Company/Partner Dashboards can be view by staff, where they can: Subscribe (follow), view and rsvp to opportunities and view impact based on reporting stats Organizations can be added by staff – which will be moderated Compliance is done via validations, where the organisation itself can submit the required paperwork and answer the relevant questions Validations are reviewed and accepted or reject by Super Admins – to ensure quality and data is centrally managed […]

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Ambassador Programmes

We have a successful Ambassador Programme: Toolkits (Digital) and Shared Growth Training: Ambassadors Receive dedicated support and Training Help with the completion of all outstanding reports for CSR Add Stories Add and Manage Volunteer Opportunities Generate Feedback request on their work Communication contact points for users around specific projects Feedback Mechanism: Get a RISE Score for M&E contributions (out of 5, ranked against other Ambassadors), great for Award Programmes Special Features and Communication e.g. Live […]

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Avocado Vision: Field Trainer Network

The Social Collective has been a game changing tool for us our in the training field.  We are using it to empower our training partners to be able to connect to us and to their communities in a much easier and cost effective way.  The Social Collective team has always been available to assist us with all of our requests and we love the collaborative relationship as we try to figure out the best way […]

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UCT: Community Engagement Hours Tracking System

Dear colleagues and students, I write to inform you of a new initiative called UCT Plus, which is a programme that acknowledges the extra-curricular leadership work students bring to communities, sporting arenas, elected roles and role-modelling portfolios on our campus. UCT Plus, first initiated by the Department of Student Affairs (DSA) in 2007, has been developed and piloted over the last two years, and is ready to launch to the whole student community. UCT Plus […]

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PwC: Employee Volunteer Programme

The Social collective team are our key partners in the conceptualisation and implementation of our employee volunteer program. We lean on their on the ground sector knowledge as well as technological know how to work efficiently and facilitate projects seamlessly. I can call on the team even at the 11th hour and I know that they will be able to deliver.

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GrowthPoint: Employee Volunteer Programme

“Working with the Social Collective has made our monitoring and evaluation of our employee volunteer programme much more manageable. Their team is always willing to provide support and find a solution that is most suitable for us as a client. Their hands on approach make our EVP events run more seamlessly. They take care of everything from Djs to transport to meals. They have a knack for finding the best deals for all project materials […]

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Individuals

People want to be connected on more meaningful ways, we get that. Go to our Solution Portal here to view our range of services. Services for Individuals We offer multiple platforms for contexts and communities under the umbrella of people doing good and improving themselves – along side with companies that are investing and place value of data. Contact us here – we’d love to hear from you. If you have not already create a profile to get started or sign […]

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Managing Employee Volunteer Programmes

If you are a corporate company looking for a system to manage your volunteer and beneficiary networks, then we can customize a portal for you to be able to track, monitor and evaluate your companies investment with people and monies. The solution is IT ready and can integrate into your Human Capital Systems and with an API ready integration. More of our best features for Corporate Companies: Line Manager Approval. More and even easier approvals. […]

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Huffington Post Feature: At Davos, Will World Leaders Support the Key to Social Progress?

Originally posted on: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ryan-scott/at-davos-will-world-leaders-support-the-key-to-social-progress_b_9011324.html As global leaders prepare to gather at the 46th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, I’ve been musing on the topic of their forthcoming discussion: Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The premise of this anointed age is that human progress is now fully oriented around science and technology, when tools that are small, cheap and more powerful than ever have transformed entire systems of production, distribution, consumption — “and possibly […]

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