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Reducing Homelessness in Seattle

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Two public sector leaders in the Seattle are working to make homelessness rare and brief by applying leadership skills and tools they gleaned from the Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship®.

Posted August 6, 2017

Leadership Program Supports the Philanthropic Sector

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The Casey Foundation’s Results Count™ usually bring together leaders in government and nonprofit organizations to move deliberately toward greater impact and better results. Now the Foundation is offering the opportunity to a small group of funders who are building their capacity to use the Results Count methods themselves.

Posted August 6, 2017

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Advancing Collaborative Evaluation Network

The Advancing Collaborative Evaluation Network is a program of the Casey Foundation’s Expanding the Bench® initiative, which aims to increase diversity within the Foundation’s current pool of expert researchers and evaluators, including evaluators with expertise in Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA).

Posted August 2, 2017

Operationalizing Equity

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Grantmaking organizations across the country are making race and ethnic equity a priority. In this report, the Annie E. Casey Foundation shares its own journey in implementing equity throughout its operations.

Posted July 27, 2017

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Succession Planning for Nonprofits

Managing successions proactively will do more than calm the churning associated with transitions; it will make the nonprofit sector stronger than ever.

learning results-based leadership

Results-Based Leadership is based on five core competencies, two foundational frameworks and two foundational skills. Start achieving stronger results today.

supporting innovation and risk-taking

Casey's alumni network of Children and Family Fellows sponsors a grants program to support leadership efforts, innovation and risk-taking. Learn what a decade of investments has produced.