We know organisations delivering community-transforming work can spend a lot of time and precious resources trying to figure out the best way to grow. This is where we come in. We have pioneered a framework to unpack and demystify the complex arena of scaling social impact.

Our systematic five stage process, detailed in our open source Toolkit, is designed to enable organisations to identify, design and implement the right model to deliver their impact at a much larger scale. We meet our clients wherever they are on their journey to scale, whether it be in assessing their readiness to scale (stage one) or helping get their pilot off the ground (stage four).


We deliver consultancy through our five-stage process, using  workshops, field visits, staff meetings and report and financial model development. Where clients have already reached scale, we help them review their existing network to consider how it can be strengthened to better help them work towards their organisational goals.


We contribute towards the global knowledge base on scale up and replication, recognising areas where there are gaps in existing sector knowledge. We are currently updating our well-regarded, open source Toolkit with fresh knowledge and research.


We promote sector-wide awareness and understanding of social replication as a method to systematically scale social impact. To do this we speak at conferences globally, write articles and deliver training courses and seminars.

Five stage process

A five step process to achieving scale

There are a number of routes to scaling social impact; our current focus is on replication. Replication refers broadly to taking your organisation, program or set of core principles to new locations. Our methodology is based on five stages of achieving scale through social replication. It is publicly available via our Social Replication Toolkit.

Scale across the globe

We only work with organisations who have proven solutions to social issues because we know a good  idea is only the first step – strategy and implementation are the real challenges.

Working with Spring Impact has really made me think about ways of expanding our work without setting up a ‘new’ project, as we are passionate about what we do but believe so strongly in ‘local and small’ to keep the personal contact.

— Christine Duff, Director, Organic Arts
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