About this Session
Grantmakers want to see evidence that the programs and organizations they are funding are having an impact. At the same time, many nonprofits struggle to find the right tools and methodology for demonstrating their effectiveness. Establishing a practice of evaluation can be simple and can significantly improve an organization’s effectiveness and ability to attract funding. In this session, we will explore the reasons for the rise in evaluation culture and look at some examples of nonprofits who have successfully implemented evaluation models.
- Brett Theodos, Urban Institute
- Claudia Williams, Washington Area Women's Foundation
- Bethany Henderson, DC Scores
- Dan Hall, DC Central Kitchen
About the Series
Designed and taught by some of the Greater Washington region’s most respected nonprofit and grantmaking professionals, this nonprofit learning series “pulls the curtain back on philanthropy.” Join WRAG and our partner, Booz Allen Hamilton, as we shed light on how grantmakers think, how they approach their work, what they look for in strong nonprofit partners, and how you can build new and stronger relationships with the local funding community.
This program is open to the region's social sector. The cost is $35/registrant (free for WRAG members). You must be logged in to register. If you do not have a website account, you can create one here. This session is also available as a webcast - simply select "web participation" on the appropriate registration screen. Email Katy Moore with questions.
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