Introduction to Logic Models

When:
September 12, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
2019-09-12T09:00:00-04:00
2019-09-12T12:00:00-04:00
Where:
Philanthropy Massachusetts
133 Federal St.
Suite 802, Boston
MA 02110
Cost:
$40 Partners/ $80 Non-partners
Contact:
Kelton Artuso
617-426-2606

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Did you know that only 28% of nonprofits have a current logic model, which experts consider to be the foundation for promising evaluation capacities? Come learn how this tool provides the foundation for a quality program design! You will learn about logic models for program planning, program improvement, and as the first step to prepare for outcome measurement.

Participants will:
– Learn the five components of a logic model (participants, inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes)
– Understand criteria for a quality logic model
– Illustrate how a logic model will help you make improvements to your program design and daily program practices
– Draft an outcomes ladder for your own program

This logic model session will draw from Theory of Change concepts including target population definition, participant strengths and challenges, reasons for program, and unintended negative outcomes. A logic model can help ensure that your program staff and your development staff are marching to the same tune!

Presenter: Ellen Bass, Director, Capacity Institute