Join us for this program for an engaging dialogue on what it takes to revitalize grantmaking to better support equity goals as grantees struggle to adapt to the new economic and political realities.
Join us for a roundtable discussion around grants management issues. During this meeting we will see a demo of Fluxx, Congos Express, and Qlik with the Hillman team.
A joint effort by Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Nonprofit Resource Center, this program will provide an opportunity for grantseekers to enrich their understanding of funding support from the local corporate community.
The arts in America have experienced an unprecedented building boom, with more than sixteen billion dollars directed to the building, expansion, and renovation of museums, theaters, symphony halls, opera houses, and centers for the visual and performing arts. Join us as we Skype with Peter Frumkin who will deepen our understanding of the recent history of investment in cultural facilities in the United States and discuss implications for the field.
Resources for Assessing Grantees’ Financial Health And Long Term Sustainability Program 12-11-18
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.
Resources from the workshop: Assessing Grantees’ Financial Health and Long Term Sustainability: Nonprofit Financial Statement Analysis Training
Building a Culture of Capitalization in Your Organization, is written for nonprofit arts organizations and shares findings from NFF's study of 36 capital grants made by the Kresge Foundation between 2010 and 2012.
Recommendations for Capital Grantmakers, is written for arts funders who are looking to make smart and impactful investments.
There is widespread and growing recognition in the nonprofit sector about the importance of evaluation — not only for measuring impact, but also for improving programs and better serving communities. While grantmakers generally see evaluation as necessary, most are not yet investing enough resources in this area.