This session -- the second of the Making the Case webinar curriculum -- is designed to get funds off to a positive start when implementing the framework in their organization. The webinar will highlight best practices and learnings gained from organizations that have used MTC over the years.
Are you interested in measuring your organization's social change impact? Learn more about Making the Case (MTC), WFN's tool that provides you with the framework to easily assess your organization's impact.
This webinar provides insight into what it takes to commission and produce a research report on women and girls, whether a status report at the local, state, or national level or a policy report addressing specific concerns in your community. It provide funds with helpful information about the process of creating and commissioning a research study, including best practices, lessons learned, and potential partnerships with NCRW member centers.
Join Marcia Cone-Tighe, CEO of the Rhode Island Women's Fund, in this hour long webinar as she shares her tips on getting great data and creating compelling reports based on data from making the Case. Her fund has just published a review of 10 years of grantmaking. Read it here. Click on "Dollars to Sense" in the left hand corner.
The 2011 annual membership meeting includes a presentation of the results of our financial audit, updates about the growth of the Network, a sneak peek of a regional collective impact report, and a case study about how a women's fund in India is taking advantage of the services we offer to increase the impact of their work.
Are you living in a U.S. city experiencing disparities in infant mortality statistics that rival the poorest of developing nations? Watch this webinar for a discussion about the issue in the U.S., the impact of racism, and how communities are responding.
Do you want to learn more about budgeting for proposals in your fund? This webinar hosted by the finance department focuses on (1) understanding the true costs of your programs and activities, (2) presenting your budget to your funders, and (3) reporting back on your actual costs.