Learn@Lunch: Evaluation Plans for Grant Proposals
November 21, 2019 @ 12:30 pm
This workshop is for nonprofits that want to go after grants that require a program evaluation. The quality of your evaluation plan is a large part of the scoring of many grant proposals. Thus, a good evaluation plan increases your chances for funding. A good evaluation also provides results that benefit your program and the people you serve.
After this workshop, participants will:
- Understand how to find and select an independent evaluator
- Know how to plan an evaluation that meets the funder’s requirements
- Be aware of common mistakes to avoid to get evaluation results that work for you
About Bernadette Wright, PhD
FOUNDER | MEANINGFUL EVIDENCE, LLCBernadette founded Meaningful Evidence, LLC, to help nonprofit organizations to plan effective action and demonstrate their value to funders, using research and evaluation. She works with organizations that are improving social justice and public well-being in the areas of health, human services, and education. With Dr. Steve Wallis, she is author of a new textbook, Practical Mapping for Applied Research and Program Evaluation. She earned her PhD in public policy/program evaluation from the University of Maryland. If you’d like to know how your organization can improve and grow scientifically, contact Bernadette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Meaningful Evidence, LLC
To learn more, please visit http://meaningfulevidence.com/.