NCFY Reads: 'The Nonprofit Outcomes Toolbox'
A family services professional and consultant for one of the nation’s leading charity evaluators gives nonprofit staff the tools to measure their organization's performance and get to meaningful results for the people they serve.
Q&A: Alicia Wilson-Ahlstrom on Choosing the Right Outcome-Measurement Tool
NCFY spoke with Alicia Wilson-Ahlstrom, a lead author of the report "From Soft Skills to Hard Data," to learn how youth-serving programs can measure the effectiveness of what they do.
Focusing on Outcomes for Youth: Well-being
The Family and Youth Services Bureau believes the most crucial outcomes for runaway and homeless youth include well-being, permanent connections, safety, and self-sufficiency. In this issue of The Exchange, we'll focus on ways to achieve and improve well-being for runaway and homeless youth.