Research and evidence-based practice underpins all our work.

Impact evaluation

We hold ourselves accountable to our stakeholders by regularly measuring our impact.

Our impacts are assessed by periodic surveys and interviews among mentors and mentees, frequent feedback from partner and mentee’s family, and most important of all, listen to the matches’ everyday stories.

  • Began in 06/2015, our progress is as follows
    44 volunteers trained to become mentors 31 Matches made 2100 Mentoring hours According to a survey of Little Chums after... Read more


Research and evidence-based  practices enable us to be innovative, responsive and relevant. It ensures we develop and deliver programs and support that respond effectively and efficiently to the needs of the disadvantaged children, young people, families and communities we help.