Evaluation is one of the most confusing topics in philanthropy – in part because it embraces multiple definitions that are often jumbled together. Evaluation refers to at least three different kinds of measures, each of which can be assessed a three different levels – and for a community foundations, there is a fourth level relating to its donors. Combining these measures and levels produces a twelve-part matrix that shows more precisely some of evaluation’s varied meanings.Link: http://www.fsg-impact.org/ideas/section/273
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