Pinheiros | São Paulo - SP CEP 05432-000
+55 11 3868-4093
Project by Move Social
Developed by GTMX
We are a B Corp and we work to expand and qualify positive social impacts for corporations, ecosystems, networks and alliances.
We do this by supporting organizations of different sectors, sizes and subject areas to make evidence-based decisions, plan and articulate themselves to tackle complex issues.
Since 2011, we have worked in 21 Brazilian states and 6 countries around Latin America in education, healthcare, social services, human rights and culture.
“Move has been a partner of Aprendiz for a few years, both in technical education projects and institutional development projects for organizations. The technical excellence combined with sensitivity that MOVE brings to our processes set them apart and provide important results to strengthen Aprendiz and our mission.”Executive Director Associação Cidade Escola Aprendiz
“We, at Sense-Lab, had the opportunity to cooperate with Move Social in projects, content creation and tool development in the social sphere. Each interaction proved to be an opportunity to challenge ourselves and to learn. We see Move as an organization that is not satisfied with simple solutions and trends, and they are always willing to question and get to the down to the core issues that should be addressed. The organization’s main attribute is accepting the complexity and diversity of social and environmental issues and their constant search for new perspectives and points of view to deliver projects that truly create change for organizations individually and collectively.”Partner & Founder Sense-Lab Sense-Lab
“What brings ICE and Move together is the possibility of leveraging the positive impact on so many people’s lives and on the planet. MOVE concretizes this vision, pushing our commitment to a new frontier, where we can investigate the effectiveness of our actions and the produced results with evaluation and impact measuring practices, urging us to constantly review our programs and how they connect to our theory of change.”Executive Director ICE - Instituto de Cidadania Empresarial
“The Center Norte Institute had direct support from Move to build their Theory of Change, which has been a great compass for us. It can very briefly, in a single page, communicate all of the organization’s essence and strategy. It also serves as a guide for anyone to understand what impact results the organization wishes to deliver. Move has been very important in helping us shape our strategy so that we can be more effective by qualifying our results, truly ensuring that we, as Private Social Investors, can offer the best to society.”Head Instituto Center Norte e Sustentabilidade
“Move's support was instrumental in building and developing the Business Acceleration Program for the PPA. In addition to guiding us in a creative and innovative manner to build the program's theory of change and impact assessment matrix, we feel that Move's work has helped greatly in shaping the 15 businesses and startups that participate in the program. We hope to continue working with Move for many years."”Executive Coordinator PPA Diretor de Novos Negócios do IDESAM
This will be a definitive year. The moment requires Move to launch new proposals, test new limits and run more risks. Only in this way will we be able to leverage our contribution to expanding and enhancing the positive social impact of public and private initiatives, our mission. We have reinvented our organization. Internally we […]
by Walquiria Tiburcio and Tania Crespo Ensuring the right to education in Brazil requires new public policies that respond to the specific challenges posed by each geographical region. The Secretariat of Education of the State Amazonas deals on a day-to-day basis with the barriers imposed by the physical geography of the Amazon Basin. To ensure […]
“How can I ascertain the Social Impact of my undertaking?” was the question which guided the roundtable that Move consultant Gustavo Valentim attended at the 1st Northeast Social Funding Forum in Recife on 11 and 12 November 2018. The meeting was organized by ICE, SEBRAE and local businesses and aimed to urge organizations to join […]