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The Expanded Value Added Statement. Accounting for the Value Added by Volunteers Laurie Mook OISE/University of Toronto April 21, 2004. Overview of Presentation. Value Added and Expanded Value Added The Expanded Value Added Statement Case Study of Canadian Red Cross, Toronto Region.

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The expanded value added statement

The Expanded Value Added Statement

Accounting for the Value Added by Volunteers

Laurie Mook

OISE/University of Toronto

April 21, 2004


Overview of presentation

Overview of Presentation

  • Value Added and Expanded Value Added

  • The Expanded Value Added Statement

  • Case Study of Canadian Red Cross, Toronto Region


What is value added

What is Value Added?

  • Value added is an indicator of organizational performance

  • It measures the wealth that an organization creates by “adding value” to raw materials, products and services through the use of labour and capital


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Income Statement

For the fiscal year

Revenues 100

Expenses(85)

Profit 15

VALUE ADDED BY VOLUNTEERS WORKSHOP


The expanded value added statement

Income Statement

For the fiscal year

Revenues 100

Ext. G&S (35)

Employees (25)

Investors(10)

Amortization(10)

Govt. (5)

Profit 15

VALUE ADDED BY VOLUNTEERS WORKSHOP


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Value Added Stmt

For the fiscal year

Revenues 100

Ext. G&S(35)

Value Added 65

Employees 25

Investors 10

Govt. 5

Org. 25

VA Dist. 65

VALUE ADDED BY VOLUNTEERS WORKSHOP


Calculation of value added

Calculation of Value Added

  • Value of services – Materials/Outside Services Purchased = Value Added

    OR

  • Materials/Outside Services Purchased + Value Added = Value of Services


Value added statement

Value Added Statement


What is expanded value added

What is Expanded Value Added?

  • Value added by itself does not tell the whole story

  • Volunteers add value too

  • Expanded Value Added combines financial and social data to give a fuller picture of the social and economic impact of an organization


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The Expanded Value Added Statement

  • Combines financial and social information to show the value addedcreated by an organization and how that value added is distributed to different stakeholders


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IYV Volunteer Value Added Project

  • Calculated the value added by and for volunteers at four nonprofits:

    • Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Ontario Chapter

    • Canadian Crossroads International

    • Canadian Red Cross, Toronto Region

    • Jane/Finch Community and Family Centre

  • Calculated the value added by and for volunteers at four nonprofits:

    • Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Ontario Chapter

    • Canadian Crossroads International

    • Canadian Red Cross, Toronto Region

    • Jane/Finch Community and Family Centre


Key findings

Key Findings

  • 1,506 volunteers contributed an estimated 63,568 hours in the year of the study, or 32.6 full-time equivalents (FTE)


Key findings volunteer hours

Key Findings: Volunteer Hours


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Key Findings


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Key Findings: Volunteer Hours


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Key Findings


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Key Findings

  • The volunteers in this study contributed $98,218 in non-reimbursed out-of-pocket expenses


Key findings out of pocket expenses

Key Findings: Out-of-pocket Expenses


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Key Findings

  • The organization created value by providing opportunities for skills development and personal growth

  • The estimated market value for volunteers’ personal growth and development was $121,791


Key findings personal growth and development

Key Findings: Personal Growth and Development

Total number of volunteers: 1,506

Percentage of respondents who indicated strongly that they benefited from personal growth and development by volunteering for this organization this year: 53.38%

Average cost of community college course for personal growth and development: $151.50

1,506 x 53.38% x $151.50 = $121,791


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Key points

Key Points

  • The Expanded Value Added Statement takes a broader look at an organization

    • integrates social and financial information

    • takes a stakeholder approach

    • the particular example in this presentation highlights the role of volunteers, but it can be modified to include other social and environmental impacts

    • provides a fuller picture of an organization’s economic and social impact


To think about

To Think About

  • Are we choosing the right indicators?

  • What else can be added?

  • What are the pros and cons of putting a value on volunteer contributions?

  • How does this help nonprofit organizations?

  • What about ‘value subtracted’?


Additional resources

Book

What Counts: Social Accounting for Nonprofits and Cooperatives, Prentice Hall, 2003.

Website

http://home.oise.utoronto.ca/~volunteer

Additional Resources


Thank you

Thank You!

Contact information:

Laurie Mook

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)

252 Bloor Street West, 7-167

Toronto, Ontario M5S 1V6

Email [email protected]


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