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NYU Conference 5-3-2013

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  • 1. Your Guide to Intelligent Giving Where the Heart Meets the Mind Critical Friend to Charities
  • 2. 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
  • 3. THE INDIVIDUAL DONOR PROBLEM Slide 4
  • 4. 5 THE INSTITUTIONAL FUNDER PROBLEM
  • 5. 6 THE BENEFICIARY PROBLEM
  • 6. (The Nonprofit Marketplace Hewlett Foundation, 2008) THE PROBLEM SOLVED
  • 7. 8 OUR DEFINITIONS OF ACCOUNTABILITY & TRANSPARENCY ACCOUNTABILITY - is an obligation or willingness by an organization to explain its actions to its stakeholders. 1)FINANCIAL - to safeguard and manage the organization’s 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 organization is achieving meaningful results. TRANSPARENCY - an obligation or willingness by an organization to publish and make available critical accountability data about the organization.
  • 8. QUALITIES OF ACCOUNTABILITY IN N.P. ORGS. Financial Health • Strategy/Theory of Change •Passion •Experience •Persistence • Creativity • Ability to get other s to follow Capable Leadership • Data management discipline • Constituent feedback • Outcome focused intent • Relate efforts to outcomes • Learn and adjust approach • Continuous improvement High Performance Impact • Positive, sustainable change • Independently evaluatedHIGHER RISK INVESTMENT LOWER RISK INVESTMENT * Inspired by the Alliance for Effective Social Investing Mission: Results Organizational: Governance Financial: Financial Health
  • 9. Financial Health Accountability (Governance) & Transparency Results Reporting A scalable, in depth, multi- dimensional charity rating system. CN 2.0 2011 - Organizational CN 1.0 2002 - Financial FROM ACCOUNTABILITY IN ONE DIMENSION TO THREE AND BEYOND THE FUTURE (CN 4.0?): OUTCOME MEASUREMENT 2013 – Mission
  • 10. A CHARITY HELPING CHARITIES SOLVE THE PROBLEM
  • 11. Recommended Resources
  • 12. Recommended Action Steps

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