Lessons from the Field: Improving the Grantee Experience at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation

Source: 
Center for Effective Philanthropy

Date

2008

This case study describes how leaders at Packard identified and translated the elements of quality interactions and clear communications with grantees into specific criteria. It explores how they developed and implemented these criteria, called Grantee Experience Standards, as a way to strengthen the Foundation’s relationships with its grantees. It also documents program staff’s reactions to the standards and lessons learned from the process.

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Keyword

  • Evaluation

Region

  • Northern America

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