The Western Australian Community Impact Hub is a central source of data, knowledge and insight about the social impact of grants funding and community wellbeing initiatives in WA.

The Hub reflects an era of greater public visibility and transparency, where both funders and not-for-profits are held to a new standard of impact assessment and evaluation. This space is rapidly evolving, and new models for evaluating investment against impact are emerging across Australia and internationally. 


The Hub will enable users to:

  • Understand their community - by providing accessible data on wellbeing in WA, aligned to our Community Investment Framework.
  • Learn from others - by profiling impactful case studies, a grant library, insights articles and reports.
  • Share with others - through the active communication and promotion of organisational and stakeholder learnings.
  • Plan, measure and evaluate - through the Impact Planner, an interactive toolkit designed to build a custom-made theory of change, logic model and evaluation framework to maximise the social impact of programs and initiatives.

It reflects the idea that our highest purpose is to effect positive social impact and change, and as such, it aligns clearly with our vision and mission.  

If you're an not-for-profit organisation looking for funding to make a big impact in our community, we're here to help!

Acknowledgement of Country

The Western Australian Community Impact Hub acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we are based, the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation and extends that respect to all the Traditional Owners and Elders of this country. We recognise the significant importance of their cultural heritage, values and beliefs and how these contribute to the positive health and wellbeing of the whole community.