How Robin Hood Fund Uses Data in Grant Making

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Two economists who have led the foundation’s efforts have written a book to help other donors use tougher standards of cost-effectiveness to judge the value of charity programs.

Laura Waller Miller‘s insight:

Having a scorecard for significance is important – in fact, it is the “S” in the OPUS approach to a fundraising plan.  Robin Hood is a great org that is redefining how nonprofits are financed and how successful impact is measured.  This is the trend of the future. 

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Posted on May 21, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Interesting Laura, I just learned about that group from a 60 minutes spot. Great ideas and things they have.

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