Nonprofits and Foundations Evaluation

NPF TIG Week: Equitable Collaboration with Nonprofits and Foundations by Susan Wolfe and Ann Price

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Hi everyone! We are Susan Wolfe of Susan Wolfe and Associates and Ann Price of Community Evaluation Solutions. As evaluators, we regularly collaborate …

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NPF TIG Week: What I Am Learning as a Culturally Responsive Evaluator by Kimberly Harris

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Hi! My name is Kimberly Harris. I am an independent evaluator, trained in culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE) approaches. I am the …

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NPF TIG Week: Facilitating Academic Research Partnerships for An Inner-City Agency by Tracy Borrelli.

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Hi there! My name is Tracy Borrelli. I’m an evaluation consultant in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I currently specialize in homelessness. I have a …

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NPF TIG Week: Role of Evaluation Policies for Supporting Equity by Emily Kalnicky

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Greetings! I am Emily Kalnicky, Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning at the non-profit Partnership for Public Service, along with being an independent …

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NPF TIG Week: Equitable Disaster Response Evaluation by Michelle Lawrence Bidwell, Steve Mumford, and Kellie Chavez Greene.

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Hi there! We are Michelle Lawrence Bidwell, MPH, of Granted Advisors, Prof. Steve Mumford of the University of New Orleans, and Kellie Chavez …

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NPF TIG Week: Building Equity into Internal Evaluation Infrastructure by Courtney Bolinson

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Hi! I’m Courtney Bolinson, an independent evaluation consultant. I’m currently helping a new organization set-up their internal evaluation infrastructure and philosophy. To get …

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NPF TIG Week: Lessons from the Landscape by Kimberly Harris, Geri Peak, and Mindelyn Anderson

This AEA365 week is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Foundations (NPF) TIG. The posts are centered around the theme of “Equity focused evaluation in small nonprofits and foundations: Innovations, learnings, and challenges.” Hi! My name is Kimberly Harris, owner of Educa Consulting, and an independent evaluator, trained in culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE) approaches. …

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NPF TIG Week: Setting Partnership Expectations Between Nonprofits and Foundations by John Byrnes

Hi, I’m John Byrnes, Principal at Community Services Analysis, LLC. Application requirements for foundation funding typically are looking for qualitative information on the proposed efforts and results. In many cases, the foundation also requires quantitative information on the nonprofit’s condition and experience to ensure they have sufficient resources available to perform the effort to completion. …

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NPF TIG Week: Achieving unity: Building and using shared measures across funders and non-profits by Allison Meserve, Rochelle Zorzi & Liz Martin

Hi! We are Allison Meserve (Prosper Canada), Rochelle Zorzi and Liz Martin (Cathexis Consulting). In this post, we highlight the process we used to co-develop shared indicators for six organizations involved in a national project and what we’ve learned along the way. We hope this will be useful for your own funder-non-profit relationships! When Prosper …

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NPF TIG Week: How foundations can prioritize learning-centered reporting by Harry Daley and Carrie Tanasichuk

Hi there! We are Harry Daley, Director of Community Investment & Learning and Carrie Tanasichuk, Director of Impact Measurement & Evaluation at the Greater Saint John Community Foundation. While we both have worked predominately in the non-profit sector, Harry brings experience as a skilled facilitator and community developer and Carrie brings experience as an evaluator. …

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