Launch of 10% Better Campaign during Living Wage Week – using social value to improve communities
The launch on Friday 10th November will be hosted by Salford City Mayor Paul Dennett and Social Value Alliance Chair Alison Page. It will take place in the stunning setting of Ordsall Hall, Salford’s Grade 1 listed Tudor manor house.
Come along to find out why social value is so important and how it could be used to improve the lives of people across Salford and Greater Manchester. The 10% Better campaign will use social value to make a 10% improvement across 11 social, environmental and economic outcomes for the benefit of Salford and its people, tackling poverty and inequality in our city.
Hear representatives in the VCSE, business and public sectors talk about the contribution their work is making.See how we can all work together to use social value – in procurement, in business, in community activity, in development and growth, and in public services – to make the city a better place.
|Our aim is that by 2021 there will be:
AND with local companies having local supply chains, we want to INCREASE the GVA / head for Salford people by 10% – that’s £2,353.
Salford City Council is probably the first local authority in the country to hold itself to standards in social value and publish a Social Impact Report which will be available at the event. The Salford City Mayor will also announce other key social value initiatives such as the new ‘Spirit of Salford Charter’ for employment standards, social value and equalities.
- 10th November to 10th November 2017. Starting at 3pm and ending at 5pm.
- Ordsall Hall, Salford, United Kingdom.