LifeBridge AmeriCorps Program contracted with Collective Impact to conduct a program evaluation for the AmeriCorps Program. The evaluation includes two phases. Phase consists of a review of the program logic model and the various measures and tools used and data currently being collected by the AmeriCorps Program with recommendations for improvement being provided. Phase 2 of the project consists of a one-year review of data, including the analysis of data and development of an evaluation report to be submitted to the organization upon completion of the project.
Collective Impact facilitated a staff retreat (advance) session for the Sisters Health Foundation. The process culminated with the development of a summary that recapped the actions and results of the one-day session and served to help guide the staff and organization’s future direction.
"Working on the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation (BCJI) project, Bruce and the team at Collective Impact outperformed any hope we had of facilitation, coordination, surveying, reporting, etc. Without the cohesive element they provided, we would not have been successful in our Planning Phase, and we will undoubtedly land a $1M Implementation Grant due to their efforts. Bruce Decker went above and beyond what he received in his contract to make sure this project succeeded. That's a quality you can't put on a resume. The residents of our city may never know how much work went into BCJI, but those of us who do certainly owe Bruce and Collective Impact a debt of gratitude." ~ Rodney Pell, Administrative Officer, Huntington Police Department (Retired)