Welcome to the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy’s bi-weekly blog post providing links to online resources that may be of interest to our readers — new tools, thought pieces, reports, and other items.
Michigan State University Prof. Robin Lin Miller wrote a compelling piece about “evaluation as an essential tool to address issues such as HIV.”
The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that the GivingTuesday organizers plan to transform the giving landscape by increasing the share of income Americans donate to charities.
Paul Hogan wrote about the unique Oishei Leaders Program in The Nonprofit Quarterly.
LFA Group’s Learning for Action 2013 Advocacy Evaluation Mini-Toolkit provides tips and tools for busy nonprofits. This kit joins a group of valuable guides including The Foundation Review editorial advisory board member Julia Coffman’s 2009 Guide to Advocacy Evaluation Planning.