Foundation / Corporation
Central New York Community Foundation
Grants of up to $5,000 and grants of up to $20,000 to New York nonprofit organizations to increase their capacity to measure and evaluate project outcomes. Funding is intended to help strengthen local organizations’ ability to collect and utilize data for planning, adapting, and improving programs and services. Preference will be given to proposals that focus on reducing lead exposure and poisoning, improving literacy, and/or reducing poverty. Programs must benefit residents of the Central New York region.
Ultimately, the skills learned from this program can improve the precision and confidence with which organizations tell the stories of their impact on the community. Furthermore, this opportunity is intended to build capacity to compete for funding opportunities that require evidence with respect to program outcomes and community impact.
Projects may (these are examples and not an exhaustive list):
The Performance Management Learning Community has three learning networks tailored to benefit the skillset and needs of the participants:
PMLC Prep – Intended for organizations that are in the beginning stages of using data management.
PMLC Intermediate – Intended for organizations that have begun using data to create reports, but have yet to master the skills to produce charts, graphs, and analysis to drive decision making.
PMLC Pro – Intended for organizations that have mastered the skills listed in Prep and Pro – but are interested in working with other organizations to collaborate and network on best ways to solve community needs.
GrantWatch ID#: 165809
- PMLC Prep: Up to $5,000
- PMLC Intermediate: Up to $20,000
- PMLC Pro: Up to $5,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: http://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdsS2ziZ--PS9JSe4Iuf0Y9NrVKcLdZfF0BLn7gykyVOuli5Q/viewform
To find out more about the Performance Management Grants, or for any questions, please contact Sean Reed, Jr. at 315-883-5560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For grantmaking questions or to schedule a grant information meeting, please contact 315-422-9538 or email@example.com.
Central New York Community Foundation
431 E. Fayette Street, Suite 100
Syracuse, NY 13202
USA: New York: Central region
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