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Results Oriented Grant Proposals

How will you measure success in your grant proposal? This presentation examines questions to ask to get at impact, deciding what to measure, and how to show what you accomplished.
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on 2 May 2016

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Transcript of Results Oriented Grant Proposals

Results Oriented
Grant Proposals

Alice L. Ferris, MBA, CFRE, ACFRE
GoalBusters Consulting LLC
goalbusters.net
@aliceferris
@goalbusters

What do you want to know?
Objectives
What are you trying to do?

Impact on community
Questions to ask program
How to measure
Baseline data
Get numbers
Analyze the results to show it's you
Outcomes
How will the community be a better place?
How will people’s lives be affected?
Outcome
Determine what you want to improve

Output
Decide what will indicate that you did that
Logic Model
Inputs and Activities = planned work
Outputs and Outcomes = your results
Thank you!
GoalBusters Consulting goalbusters.net
What this grant does for
your organization

is not as critical
How to Measure
Exercise: Tell someone what impact your project will have on the community in 2 minutes or less
Ask
Why?
Who?
What are consequences?
When?
Don't ask
How
Where Are We Now?
What Happened?
Where are we after the project?
Is That Good?
Your own client information
US Census (www.census.gov)
County resources
Sector specific associations
Arizona Indicators
Arizona Community Foundation
Alliance for Arizona Nonprofits
Outcomes should be
Short-term
Mid-term
Long-term
Developing Indicators
Easy to collect
Quantitative
Meaningful
Interviews
Surveys
Counters
Program Observations
Focus groups don't really work
Who collects data?
Someone should be specifically responsible
Don't just present the data
Tell the story
Things
to avoid
Don't
Make everything qualitative
Make them hard to measure
Make stuff up
Baseline Data
If you could only measure one thing, what would it be?
How to collect data
Do
Assign someone to measure
Allot appropriate time and resources
Test your indicators before going to far into it
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