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Paradigm Shift: A Foundation/Grantee Partnership Using Data to Drive Neighborhood Revitalization and Assess Impact

By Lois W. Greco, Margaret Grieve and Maggie McCullough

Abstract

· The Wachovia Regional Foundation spearheaded the formation of a partnership to create a participatory outcome evaluation framework for its neighborhood revitalization work. · The framework integrates the use of primary and secondary data and has been modified and improved to strengthen a variety of the foundation’s comprehensive neighborhood revitalization efforts. · Forty-one community-based organizations have utilized the framework as a key tool to craft and implement neighborhood plans in a 62-county region. · The framework has enabled grantees and residents to better understand and capitalize on market dynamics, enhance their participation in revitalization activities and begin to demonstrate the impact of sustained, strategic interventions

Topics: Nonprofit Administration and Management, Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Publisher: ScholarWorks@GVSU
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:scholarworks.gvsu.edu:tfr-1096
Provided by: Scholarworks@GVSU

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