Nonprofit Program Evaluation
Nonprofit leaders have a love/dis-love relationship with program evaluation. On the one hand, program evaluation can generate lots of quantitative and qualitative data to help us make informed decisions and demonstrate the impact of our mission. On the other hand, program evaluation can feel boring, overwhelming, and labor intensive. Join us for this webinar on program evaluation designed to increase your love of the process, decrease the overwhelm, and help you leverage your findings.
In our upcoming webinar, you will learn:
- Why program evaluation is a worthwhile endeavor;
- What questions you need to ask yourself before you get started to ensure an efficient process and fruitful outcome;
- What are the different types of program evaluation you might use;
- How to ethically gather information;
- How to report on your evaluation results.
This webinar is presented by Helena D. Van Voorst, Executive Director of the United Way of Addison County, and Sarah Audet, Principal, Hedgehog + Fox Collaborative, LLC.
About United Way
We are the Uniters. We bring people together to solve problems.
We identify the most pressing issues in Addison County and we bring together the people we think can solve them. United Way funds agencies that, working together, can address the nuances of complex problems like poverty, homelessness, lack of affordable high-quality childcare, domestic violence, isolation, substance use disorder, and a disengaged workforce. We find solutions to fill unmet needs. We deploy volunteers as the feet on the street, delivering hope to people in need. We raise funding through generous donors who understand that social change can’t happen without it.About Hedgehog + Fox Collaborative, LLC. And Sarah Audet
Sarah is a nonprofit communications, board development, and strategic planning consultant. She is a graduate of Middlebury College and earned her Master of Education at Northeastern University. Sarah helps nonprofit organizations and their leaders, both staff and board alike, get the word out , get the right people on the bus, and get moving in the right (and same) direction. In plain terms, that means communications, board development, and strategic planning.