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  • Your Guide Where the to HeartIntelligent Meets the Giving Mind
  • The Data Proves Impact 4.5 million distinct 7000000 visitors (6.4 million hits) in 2012 6000000 92% say evaluations 5000000 affected their decision to support 4000000 individual public 3000000 charities CN ratings 2000000 influence decisions on billions in 1000000 donations annually 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  • The Nonprofit Sector Problem* “… there is virtually no credible evidence that most nonprofit organizations actually produce any social value.”*“The End of Charity” by David Hunter – Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal
  • WHY IS THERE A LACK OF RESULTS REPORTING?• A Fear of Fallout from Potential Criticism• It’s All About the Work• Performance Measures are Reductionistic• Lack of Resources• Bored Boards• Donor Indifference• The Growth Motive• Inadequate Monitoring (Internal & External)
  • OUR DEFINITIONS OF ACCOUNTABILITY &TRANSPARENCY (per Prof. Brackman Reiser)ACCOUNTABILITY - is an obligation or willingness bya charity to explain its actions to its stakeholders.1) FINANCIAL - to safeguard and manage the charities financial resources.2) ORGANIZATIONAL – to consistently follow rules of governance and operational process.3) MISSION – to set goals and then measure and manage performance to assure the charity is achieving meaningful results.TRANSPARENCY - an obligation or willingness by acharity to publish and make available critical 5 accountability data about the organization.
  • FROM ACCOUNTABILITY IN ONE DIMENSION TO THREE AND BEYONDCN 1.0 CN 2.0 CN 3.0 2002 - 2011 - 2013 -Financial Organizational MissionFinancial Accountability Results A scalable, inHealth (Governance) Reporting depth, multi- & dimensional Transparency charity rating system. THE FUTURE (CN 4.0?): OUTCOME MEASUREMENT
  • PART 2Why do you think this is the mostimportant issue in the non-profit sector today? 7
  • THE DONOR PROBLEM 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Orgs Effectiveness 90% How the Org will Use my Donation 87% Quality of Leadership 78% Percent of Costs to Overhead 76% Ease of Donation 62% Not Being Asked for Money Too Often 59% Ability to Direct Donations Use 46% Regular Progress Reports 41% Endorsements by Person I Trust 34% Prompt and Sincere Thank You 31% Ability to Get Involved 30% Org Approach - Novel / Innovative 28% Contact with the End Beneficiaries 24%* Based on the Money for Good donor research of Hope Consulting 8
  • WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT FOR DONORS?Because donors will have access to muchmore robust information than ever beforeabout each charity’s ability to bring aboutlong lasting and meaningful change in theworld. 9
  • The Nonprofit Sector Problem* “… there is virtually no credible evidence that most nonprofit organizations actually produce any social value.”*“The End of Charity” by David Hunter – Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal
  • WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT FOR CHARITIES?Because many more charities will becomefocused on measuring and managing theirperformance. 11
  • THE BENEFICIARY PROBLEM 12
  • WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT FOR BENEFICIARIES? Ultimately we believe this will lead to a significant and measurable improvement in human welfare and acceleration in solutions to our world’s most persistent problems. 13
  • THE PROBLEM SOLVED (The Nonprofit Marketplace Hewlett Foundation, 2008)
  • HOW WE ARE HELPING SOLVE THE PROBLEM