“Impact” and “outcomes” have been hot topics in the philanthropic sector for years. While grantmakers and grantseekers express knowledge of the concepts and use both outcomes and impact to measure their successes, there is also a clear lack of alignment and understanding around the purpose of these measures. Not to mention challenges to implementing them.
Real-world #PhilanthropyExperience from your peers. What do impacts and outcomes mean to you? What has been...
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It’s a fancy word for objectives, right? While all projects/programs should have Goals and Objectives that are translated into a set of Measurable Outcomes, are they really that important?
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Defining success in grantmaking has been a topic of discussion in nonprofit circles for many years. Recently, it has become the hot topic in philanthropic circles.