Here you can find some example of SROI analyses. There are some short summaries on this page that show you how work on SROI has been used by organisations. The subsections have complete sroi reports that show you how the process works. Some of these have not been through the assurance process and some have.
FRC group has been publishing quantitative and qualitative data and analysis of its social, environmental and economic impacts since 2001. FRC Group began to explore using social return on investment in partnership with Adam Richards of Liverpool John Moores University. To date, four areas of FRC Group activity have been the subjects of social return on investment analyses. These have shown ratios of return between 1:1.52 and 1:2.19.
As a result of starting to use SROI in 2005, FRC Group has gained a greater understanding of the relationships between the different elements of its businesses and training programmes and how they produce the impacts against a triple- bottom line of economic, social and environmental dividends. FRC Group has plans to increase the role SROI plays in understanding and reporting on our impacts and also in the strategic planning process for existing businesses and new developing businesses and projects.