A very interesting chart with several KPIs in different areas – proposed by the Fiscal Strength for Nonprofits (FMA)
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Communication + Impact evaluation
Organizations are often more comfortable pursuing their mission and carrying out their program than spreading the word on their actions.
A multitude of communications and evaluation tools are available. By browsing through various options, organizations can chose the tools that best suit their reality, that best reflect the scope of their actions and that best translate the importance of their work to stakeholders.
An interesting blog on different methods and approaches to assess social impact.
An article published by the Stanford Social Innovation Review. We need to develop new processes of collective storytelling across sectors to navigate turbulent times and foster systems change.
Evaluation is the key part of any project. Here is a guide published by the Big Lottery Fund (a British Foundation) to help you think about the benefits of evaluating a project and how to get started.
Recordings, newsletters, blogs, industry analysis… a wide range of resources published by Blackbaud.
Foundations and nonprofits that communicate well are stronger, smarter, and vastly more effective. Learn more about The Communications Network.
The question of how best to do evaluation is a frequent and not easily answered one for many Canadian funders. In a recent presentation, Kate Frykberg, a voice from the funder community in New Zealand, addresses it with a story.
A site specialized at delivering nonprofit marketing communications.
A guide to results-based reporting. Developped in Germany, it is commonly used by social organisations to show their results to donors, investors and other interested parties.