Well planned and meaningfully evaluated programs are of great significance to a healthy organization. With little actual information, practitioners base decisions primarily on narrative annual reports, anecdotes, related social science research and journal articles, IRS Forms 990 and administrative metrics.From casual supporters, to major donors, philanthropic foundations and the government there is an expectation that a faith-based or community organization will meet increasingly rigorous benchmarks in evaluating its programs. In order to meet this expectation, a nonprofit must plan its program or programs with a built in system for evaluation.
Here is the information you need to make sure you are meeting those expectations. Includes:
- Nonprofit Starvation Cycle PDF
- Strategic Planning Fact Sheet PDF
- The Future of Fundraising PDF