Understanding how grantmakers, collaborative partners, and even your stakeholders will evaluate a project proposal is essential to winning their support. This workshop offers a step-by-step process that can help your organization outline and plan programs — and develop successful strategies to demonstrate why they merit support — using an assessment tool known as a “logic model”. Most logic models start with the intended outcomes in mind, and include common elements for program design, evaluation, and required resources.
Participants will learn to:
- Share expectations within your organization, and facilitate conversations about a program’s intent, goals, and anticipated outcomes with potential partners and funders
- Outline the activities and methods required to produce a program’s proposed outcomes
- Create a proactive plan for tracking, measuring, and evaluating a program
- Determine costs-per-outcome in order to explain and promote a program’s results in grant applications, funding appeals, annual reports, marketing materials, etc.
- Prepare information commonly requested in grant applications and proposals
- Date: March 13, 2017
- Time: 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Location: Western NY Library Resources Council, 4950 Genesee Street — Suite 170, Buffalo, NY 14225
- Instructor: Nonprofit Works president, Paul Mastrodonato, has helped organizations plan programs and seek funding from foundations, corporations, and government agencies for over 23 years. Paul’s presentation style is known for being informative, interactive, relaxed, and fun.
- Cost: $75 per person (inquire about group discounts), includes parking and resource materials that participants may customize for their individual uses
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