Measuring Impact

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Measuring Impact

  1. 1. Measuring Impact Katrina Huffman, Director of Programs, Youth, I.N.C. 2014 Nonprofit Empowerment Summit Giving It Our All!
  2. 2. Measuring Impact Katrina Huffman, Director of Programs Youth, I.N.C.
  3. 3. YOUTH, I.N.C. Youth, I.N.C.’s Venture Philanthropy Continuum Reaches a broad segment of our target market while deepening our relationship with a select number of organizations. Seed NPOs eligible to participate in Fundraising Training, Leadership Development, or Management Systems Growth NPOs eligible to participate in BridgeFund Portfolio Partner Universe Target Market: ~1,500 NPOs (Youth, I.N.C. has worked with over 100 NPOs since 1994)
  4. 4. Systems •Scale •Replicate Processes •Plan + approach People • Staff •Funders •Community Measuring Impact FRAMEWORK
  5. 5. WHAT’S YOUR CASE? State your case • Have A cause • Theory of change and logic models are important Prove your case • Do you have evidence? • Do your site visits lend credibility to your case?
  6. 6. MEET TONYA AND TOYIN
  7. 7. • Founded: 2011 • Budget: $25,000 • People: Strong organizational leadership • Process & Systems: Few systems/processes to systematize and communicate impact • Founded: 2009 •Budget: $25,000 • People: Strong organizational leadership • Process & Systems: Clear systems/processes lead to communicable outcomes •173% budget growth • Scaling programs to fit need •Continual focus on systems, processes, and people TONYA Promoting educational opportunities and fostering awareness in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)through scholarship and community outreach. Tomorrow’s Leaders was established to work with over-age middle school students who reside and attend East New York schools. TOYIN •Stalled budget growth • Limited ability to scale and replicate
  8. 8. PEOPLE ARE MESSY …BUT METRICS MAKE SENSE OF THE MESS
  9. 9. DEFINING SUCCESS Reconciling interests of stakeholders Create an open dialogue
  10. 10. Questions? THANK YOU

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