To support regional grantmakers in understanding how implementation science may benefit their work, Dr. Daniel Perkins from Penn State University will provide an Implementation Science 101 workshop on February 20.
FSG has outlined 12 ways foundations are transforming themselves to transform impact in their "Being the Change" report. Join this webinar to learn more about the recommendations from FSG that you can take back to your foundation.
What does precision analytics have to say about nonprofit effectiveness?
Is your organization’s philanthropy reaching its goals? Join GWP’s Grants Managers Learning Network to discuss best practices in outcomes measurement and evaluation.
Join us as we will discuss the results of GWP's "Defining Excellence in Philanthropy" survey and examine what our funding community considers to be “excellence."
Please join GWP for our 30th Annual Meeting. We’ll explore what excellence in philanthropy looks like today, and we’ll learn some new ways to assess impact that emphasize improving future work, instead of merely judging past performance.
The philanthropic field has shifted the conversation about data from tracking outputs to evaluating outcomes, leaving some in the field feeling overwhelmed and confused.
Using machine learning and big data from nonprofit IRS 990’s, foundation and other charitable giving, zip code level economic data, and population demographics, we can predict, among other things, which nonprofits will be financially healthy and why. Join us for a workshop with Pete York, evaluation expert and data scientist, who will share how these methods can help program officers, leaders and managers discover precisely what works, for whom and to use on-demand insights to achieve better outcomes.
Developed in partnership with the Center for Evaluation Innovation (CEI), Benchmarking Foundation Evaluation Practices is the most comprehensive data collection effort to date on evaluation practices at foundations. The report shares data points and infographics on crucial topics related to evaluation at foundations, such as evaluation staffing and structures, investment in evaluation work, and the usefulness of evaluation information.