Articulating Program Needs and Developing a Compelling Case for Funding

Marla Stuart

Marla Stuart

Impact100 Sonoma offered its first workshop of the 2012-13 Grant Cycle.  The Workshop, “Articulating Program Needs and Developing a Compelling Case for Funding: Developing a Logic Model to Drive Community Input,” was held at St. Leo’s Church, October 9.

The goal of this workshop was to unlock the mystery surrounding the Logic Model development and use, and to better understand why they are important and how they can effectively be used.   The workshop also provided insights into identifying and approaching collaborative partners.  Also provided was an overview of Impact Grant Focus Areas and the 2012-13 Grant Calendar.

Patricia Talbot

Patricia Talbot

Impact100 is pleased to have Marla Stuart, MSW, Division Director, Sonoma County Human Services Department, Information Integration Division and Patricia Talbot RN, CNM, BHSA and Principal & Sr. Executive, P.M. Talbot Enterprises as guest panelists.   Ms. Stuart will discuss developing a Logic Model to articulate program needs and develop a compelling case for funding.   Ms. Talbot will describe how to identify and approach prospective collaborative partners to create community impact.  (Complete biographies of the panel participants are on the Impact100 website).

Dr. B.J. Bischoff, President of Impact100 Sonoma and a member of the Sonoma County Upstream Portfolio Review Committee will moderate the Panel.

Following the presentations, participants will work in small groups to (1) develop a logic model and (2) identify prospective partners and determine how to approach them to create community impact.

This workshop was sponsored by Bischoff Performance Improvement Consulting, a local consulting firm serving nonprofits.

Our sponsor, Dr. BJ Bischoff

Our sponsor, Dr. BJ Bischoff

 

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