Many larger grants require a program evaluation as part of the grant process. Many government and foundation funders consider the quality of the proposed evaluation as an important factor in rating grant proposals. In these workshops, we share our take on planning evaluations that both meets grant requirements and leads to evaluation results that benefit your organization and the people you serve. Below are a few examples.
Three-hour workshop on evaluation planning for grant professionals
Matt Feldman, Asma Ali, & Bernadette Wright presented a pre-conference workshop at the Grant Professionals Association national conference in Washington, DC on Nov 6, 2019. The workshop was titled, “Evaluation 101 for Grant Professionals.” Through discussion and activities, participants gained an understanding of a 10-step evaluation planning framework that they can use for program planning and grant writing.
One-hour webinars and workshop on writing the evaluation plan for grant proposals
In August 2019, Bernadette Wright presented a one-hour webinar on “Writing the Evaluation Plan” with the North Carolina Chapter of the Grant Professionals Association. In this interactive webinar, participants learned about working with an independent evaluator and developing an evaluation plan that meets the funder’s requirements and is useful to you.
In October 2017, Bernadette Wright and Ladel Lewis presented “Evaluation Plan Boot Camp,” a one-hour webinar with the Grant Professionals Association. Participants learned a step-by-step technique to ensure that their evaluation plan meets the funder’s requirements, aligns with the rest of their proposal, and aligns with professional standards for evaluation.
On Thursday, November 21, 2019, Bernadette Wright presented a Learn@Lunch with Nonprofit Village in Rockville, Maryland from 12:30 to 1:30pm. Participants learned tips for writing an evaluation plan that will not only increase your chances of your grant proposal being funded, but also provides evaluation results that benefit your program and the people you serve.
Interested in arranging a workshop for your organization? Contact us.