Social
Impact

The Bike Hub fosters social and business activities by engaging with the local community through bike-related projects. We work with young people in schools and community organisations by training them on bike-safety and basic repairs and maintenance programs. We partner with local organisations supporting active-lives for the over 60s. We strive to create a collaborative and dynamic hub where cyclists can meet, maintain and plan for fun cycling activities. We donate refurbished bikes to refugees organizations and other people in need.

The Bike Hub Social Impact & KPIs

Social Return on Investment (SROI) is a methodology which assigns monetary values to change being created by the activities of a Social Enterprise like The Bike Hub.
The methodology and metrics around monetary value will be discussed with stakeholders and implemented accordingly in a retroactive manner, with input of project participants and customers.

Social Impact Criteria

 

  • Impact on wellbeing of people engaged with the Hub through clubs, groups and courses.

  • Perception of cycling by the general public

  • Increase of the influx of cyclists and non cyclists to the area

  • Job creation

  • Impact on local youth through training and development of sense of belonging

  • Growth in adoption of cycling as main mode of transportation

  • Change in public perception of cycling as a legitimate mode of transportation

  • Establishment of new businesses with the support of The Bike Hub

Our Main KPIs

UNs Sustainable Development Goals

The Bike Hub sees the local communities as key stakeholders and the main beneficiaries to be the most vulnerable members of society such as refugees, asylum seekers, disenfranchised youth and the elderly.
The success of the project will be measured by its social impact. This means how it plays a role improving people’s quality of living, their engagement with the project and the socio-economic benefits it creates, including employment.

Each KPI can be corelated to the UN SDGs:

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Dublin, Ireland

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