Non-Profit Development, Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Information and Resources
- The Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America's National Coalition Institute has a wide variety of very valuable information that can be fairly easily adapted for organizations and coalitions.
- The Strategic Framework Primer Series has step-by-step information for new and existing nonprofits and coalitions as they work through a variety of lifecycle stages. Each primer is designed to stand alone and work with the others in the series.
- Preface: Cultural Competence -- Incorporate cultural competence into your comprehensive plan.
- Step #1: Assessment -- Collect data to define problems, resources, and readiness within a geographic area to address needs and gaps.
- Step #2: Capacity -- Mobilize and/or build capacity within a geographic area to address needs.
- Step #3: Planning -- Develop a comprehensive strategic plan that includes policies, programs, and practices creating a logical, data-driven plan to address problems identified during the assessment.
- Step #4: Implementation -- Implement evidence-based prevention programs, policies, and practices.
- Step #5: Evaluation -- Measure the impact of the planning and the implemented programs, policies, and practices.
- Step #6: Sustainability -- Foster long-term change.
- Strengthening Partherships: Linking National Organizations and Local Coalitions has information that can be used to assist local organizations and coalitions connect with local organizations and associations that share a common goal. The concept is designed to encourage an influential group of national organizations -- those with wide reach into local communities -- to become partners and to encourage their local chapters to become actively involved in supporting local organizations and coalitions.
- Technology/Social Media Resources has a variety of information and tools regarding the use of technology and social networking solutions for your organization or coalition.
- Public Policy Change Toolbox offers some brief public policy advocacy tips and examples for organizations and coalitions.
- Media Advocacy Primer offers some brief public policy advocacy tips and examples for organizations and coalitions in relation to using media to spread your message.
- Additional Resources has a variety of information and tools regarding a variety of other topics and strategies that can be adapted for your organization or coalition.
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Toolkit is designed to provide grantees with guidance as they undertake development, design, and evaluation planning activities. It is targeted primarily at grantees who will be working with an external evaluator, but WKKF believes anyone who is seeking to design an effective, useful evaluation strategy can benefit from this material. [ MORE INFORMATION ]
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide was developed to provide practical assistance to nonprofits engaged in processes to demonstrate the effectiveness of their program activities by initiating and completing outcome-oriented evaluation of projects. In the pages of this guide, WKKF hopes to give staff of nonprofits and community members alike sufficient orientation to the underlying principles of "logic modeling" to use this tool to enhance their program planning, implementation, and dissemination activities. [ ORDER INFORMATION ] [ DOWNLOAD ]
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook provides a framework for thinking about
evaluation as a relevant and useful program tool. [ ORDER INFORMATION ] [ DOWNLOAD ]
- Free Management Library provides easy-to-access, clutter-free, comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management of yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations. Content is relevant to the vast majority of people, whether they are in large or small for-profit or nonprofit organizations. Over the past 10 years, the Library has grown to be one of the world's largest well-organized collections of these types of resources.
- Minnesota Council on Foundations is a community of grantmakers, works actively to strengthen and expand philanthropy and improve the vitality and health of our communities. The Council is a regional membership association of family and private foundations, community and other public foundations, and corporate foundations and giving programs.
- Grantseeking Resources are culled from the Minnesota Council on Foundations' popular and time-tested grantseeking courses and materials. The information will provide a useful introduction for those new to the nonprofit field, and serve as a quick refresher for more experienced fundraisers.
- The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits informs, promotes, connects and strengthens individual nonprofits and the nonprofit sector.
- The Management Assistance Program (MAP) is a non-profit 'management service' organization, which means they provide services and consulting to other nonprofits. Their mission is to provide critical management consulting services that significantly enhance the abilities of nonprofit organizations to increase their community impact. Each year, MAP helps more than 500 nonprofit organizations.
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