Social Return on InvestmentHome What we do Social Return on Investment Unleash Compassion - Improving Welfare at Both Ends of the Leash We know how valued our community programs are, to our clients who use these critical services, and by you, the generous animal lovers who fund them. But how do you measure the impact these programs have? We are all very used to tallying the number of animals we care for, or the investigations we undertake, but when considering programs that prevent future suffering, or provide relief and support for pet owners in a time of crisis, how do you calculate the long-term impact those services have on our community? Social Return on Investment (SROI) is a new method for measuring values that are not traditionally expressed in impact reports and financial statements. These can include social, economic, and environmental factors. RSPCA NSW is very excited to now share three new assessments calculating the impact and the social return your investment in these wonderful community programs has. After you have read them, we would love your feedback and thoughts about the impact of these programs and their continued role in RSPCA NSW’s work. Download the Reports NowOur ProgramsFor Cat LoversAbout the ProjectFor ChildrenFor Educators and Parents Aged Care The RSPCA NSW Aged Care Program supports older people who do not have any support from family or friends to care for their companion animals and continue to live independently in their homes. The program provides case management, in-home support, transport, grooming, emergency boarding, foster-care and assistance with veterinary treatment. Most importantly, it ensures that older people are able to remain with their animal companion, supporting the human-animal bond. download the report Domestic Violence The RSPCA NSW Domestic Violence Program provides practical solutions for pet owners leaving situations of DFV, as companion animals are likely to be present in as many as 70% of cases. The Program offers access to safe crisis accommodation for companion animals, allowing clients to find a safe refuge for themselves whilst ensuring they are reunited with their beloved pet as soon as possible. Primarily, ensuring that both companion animals and victims of DFV are safe and able to stay together. download the report Homelessness & Emergency Boarding The RSPCA NSW Homelessness and Emergency Boarding Program provides practical solutions for pet owners experiencing a range of difficulties, including acute hospitalisations and natural disasters. The Program provides case management, boarding, transport, assistance to access veterinary treatment, and other support as needed. Enabling people to keep their animal companions while they focus on their own safety, recovery or treatment. download the reportKeeping Cats Safe at home Project FAQsWhat is the Keeping Cats Safe at Home project? Keeping Cats Safe at Home a ground-breaking RSPCA NSW project running over four years It will work with 11 councils across NSW to provide cat lovers with the inspiration, motivation and information needed to help their cats live long, healthy and enriched lives What are the aims and benefits of Keeping Cats Safe at Home? Keeping Cats Safe at Home aims to encourage and support cat owners to prevent their cats from roaming away from their properties both to keep cats safe and to protect native wildlife. The project will create tailored toolkits for 11 partner council areas across NSW as well as resources to equip cat lovers everywhere with the knowledge and skills to help their cats live their best life at home Social science and ecology research will be undertaken to monitor the effectiveness of the campaign so we can apply what we learn in other locations in NSW and further afield Who are the Keeping Cats Safe at Home partner councils? Blue Mountains City Council Byron Shire Council Campbelltown City Council City of Parramatta Hornsby Shire Council Kyogle Council Northern Beaches Council Shoalhaven City Council Tweed Shire Council Walgett Shire Council Weddin Shire Council Join us in Unleashing Compassion Donate today to improve the welfare of both pets and their human companions. Donate Once Donate Monthly edit Couldn't find your address? Click here to enter it manually. 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