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The Logic with Logic Models
May 23 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Thursday, May 23, 2019 9:30 AM–12:30 PM Squirrel Hill
A Logic Model is a tool that nonprofits use to describe a program to either current or prospective funders. It shows the relationships between resources that the nonprofit puts into a program, the activities and outputs that ensue, and what changes or outcomes the program hopes to achieve. It is a commonly-used device when measuring and proving a program’s effectiveness, and is often required by funders when applying for a grant or reporting on program progress.
In this half-day workshop, attendees will gain a thorough understanding of logic models and become prepared to develop them for programs they work with regularly. We will discuss how and why logic models are used in program planning and grant seeking, review each of the components in the logic model framework, then practice creating these tools in small groups and individually.
The speaker, Martha Riecks, is an independent consultant with over a decade of experience in the nonprofit field. She specializes in providing services that allow small-to-medium nonprofits to clearly communicate the impact of their programs, secure grant funds and measure their successes. Ms. Riecks received a Master’s of Public Administration in Nonprofit Administration from the University of Pittsburgh and is a member of the American Evaluation Association.
The fee to attend this workshop is $20* per person which can be paid at the door with either cash or check. Space is limited and registration is required by calling the Nonprofit Resource Center at 412.622.6277.
* If you also plan to attend the Measuring Outcomes class on June 5, the total fee will be $30.
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CLP – Squirrel Hill
5801 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15217
Nonprofit Resource Center