Leadership Development and Leadership Change
Leadership Development and Leadership Change is a report describing how a group of social justice organizations are linking leadership development to executive leadership transitions with particular attention to race, class, gender, and age.
Strengthening Our Organizations for the Long Haul
By: RoadMap consultants Rebecca O. Johnson, James (Kim) Gilliam, and Alfreda Barringer with advice and counsel from Emily Goldfarb, Rona Fernandez and Holly Fincke. This project was supported by the French American Charitable Trust. The last couple years have been hard on many community-‐based organizations. Funding has been tight. Many of the foundations we […]
Financial Reserves Worksheet
We often talk about wanting to “build a reserve” or funders sometimes ask, “How much reserves do you have?” This worksheet by Fun with Financials walks you through the steps to know what your reserves are currently, and then how to project what they should be and how that relates to budgeting.
Effective Nonprofit Evaluation: Through a “Community of Learners”
By: Chantell Johnson and Allison Crean This report covers identifying stakeholders, determining roles and responsibilities in the evaluation, evaluation design and implementation, utilizing evaluation results, and a case study at the Girl’s Best Friend Foundation.
Grassroots Action and Learning for Social Change: Evaluating Community Organizing
By: Catherine Crystal Foster and Justin Louie of Blueprint Research & Design, Inc. March 2010 This report examines the similarities and differences between advocacy and organizing and how those differences suggest differences in evaluating each approach with a focus on effective means of evaluating organizing.