This logic model, developed by Innovation Network, is an aggregation of key activities that you perform as a regional association. It was developed in conjunction with RAs that attended Innovation Network’s evaluation session at the 2013 Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers Annual Conference, and was further vetted by a group of RA representatives before being finalized.
Logic Models/Theories of Change
A template to help you get started creating your own logic model. As you fill in the logic model template, start by filling in the “problem” that the program addresses and the goal that the program has set relative to that problem, as well as corresponding sub-problems and sub-goals. Next, note any resources that are available to the program. Work from right to-left to fill in long-term outcomes, short-term outcomes, output measures, and finally program activities.
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Strategic planning can help philanthropy-serving organizations meet the current and future needs of the foundations they serve. Yet to be successful, a strategic plan must provide concrete goals and realistic deadlines for meeting them.