Evaluative Thinking In Philanthropy
The Bruner Foundation is pleased to offer the following resources as part of its commitment to encouraging dialogue, dissemination of lessons learned and fostering effectiveness in the non-profit service delivery and philanthropic sectors.
- Evaluative Thinking in Philanthropy/E-TIP Summary Report released in 2011.
- Five Guidebooks for Grantmakers, based on work with the United Way of Greater Rochester and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. The guides were released in 2011 to provide resources for developing and expanding the use of evaluation and evaluative thinking in grantmaking organizations.
- Basic Concepts for Grantmakers
- Using Logic Models
- Evaluation Data Collection
- Evaluative Thinking for Grantmakers
- Commissioning Evaluation
- Indicators of Evaluative Thinking, developed in 2005 to assess the extent to which evaluative thinking is present in various organizational capacity areas such as strategic planning, governance, human resources, marketing and communications