We deliver powerful measurement & evaluation technologies in an affordable
and accessible way.
Bingo's social impact management platform utilizes a participant-driven app, organization-facing portal, and reporting software to collect, analyze, and communicate programming impacts.
Bingo designs, develops, and hosts data visualizations made specifically with your organization in mind. If you're sitting on spreadsheets and are ready for insight and analysis, our data dashboard service is the one for you. Tell your organization's story with purpose and clarity.
Get expert advice on all aspects of measurement and evaluation, suitable for any type of non-profit. Trained in social return on investment, utilization-focused evaluation, Gender Based Analysis (GBA+), and OCAP through the First Nations Information Governance Centre. We can help leverage qualitative and quantitative data to prove your organization's impact.
Bingo transforms your data into actionable and intelligible insights for program administrators and funders. Whether you want to know how participants are experiencing your program, if you're delivering on the social outcomes you intended, or wanting to engage in a cohesive evaluation of your program to meet reporting requirements,
Bingo can help.
Why use Bingo?
Prove and Communicate Value
Build support for your organization by quantifying impacts to physical health and wellbeing, mental and emotional health, educational attainment, leadership development and more.
Reports can satisfy your funders’ reporting requirements, freeing up critical time to get back to running your organization. Rely on our expertise and build on your organization's capacity.
Save Time and
Learn what is driving your program success and develop interventions to improve. Learn from what's working and what isn't and make better decisions faster.
What does the Bingo Impact Management
process look like?
One of the biggest and most common pitfalls of evaluation practice is jumping to collect data without a clear or coherent strategy in mind. Working together, we will spend time thinking through each of the following steps, collaboratively developing a strategy not just to capture data, but to deeply understand the issues at hand.
stakeholders, the environment, and the resources and interventions to be assessed
a frame for analysis and identify a methodology
a data collection and management strategy
data and determine findings
evaluation results and demonstrate impact
Why is it called Bingo?
While it is critical to work through each step in order to deliver a robust and comprehensive evaluation, most organizations lack the time, resources, and expertise to deliver all five steps.
If you can understand, develop, implement, analyse, and present - you've got Bingo.
Creative data collection strategies allow program participants and stakeholders to easily and securely provide feedback through tailored surveys.
Participants respond to surveys on custom schedules aligned to your program
Focus on the end user's experience allows for information sharing that can drive programming changes mid-program
Bingo Impact Management utilizes tested social science methodologies and approaches to impact evaluation, all selected and based on your organization's specific programming needs.
Our methods include:
Social Impact Analysis
Social Impact Analysis includes the processes of assessing, monitoring and evaluating the intended and unintended social consequences, both positive and negative, of planned interventions (policies, programs, or projects).
Lean Data utilizes low-cost technology and data collection practices and minimal experimentation principles to deliver high-quality data at a fraction of the time and cost.
Program Evaluation involves the examination of the worth, merit, or significance of a program. A program can be considered any set of organized activities and resources expected to yield a particular and intentional result.
Social Return on Investment
Social Return on Investment is an outcomes-based measurement tool that helps organizations quantify and understand the social, environmental, and economic value generated by their interventions or programs.