More than Money: Making a Difference with Assistance Beyond the Grant

Source: 
Center for Effective Philanthropy

Date

2008

Case Study Sector

Management

Most of foundations’ efforts "beyond the money" make little difference to grantees. More than Money: Making a Difference with Assistance Beyond the Grant reveals that only when foundation staff provide assistance beyond the grant in one of two ways do grantees report a substantially more positive experience with their funders. The report describes what is entailed in providing assistance in ways that really matter to grantees. Three exemplar foundations are profiled: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving (Connecticut), Winter Park Health Foundation (Florida), and Wallace Foundation (New York). 

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Keyword

  • Evaluation

Region

  • Northern America

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