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Program evaluations

Program Evaluations


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Is it Program or Project?

Program Evaluations


Where do we get information for evaluations

Where do we get information for Evaluations?

  • Both Members and the community

  • Committee reports

  • Recipient responses

  • Program History

  • Program Selection Reports


What is a program selection report

What is a Program Selection Report?

  • Submitted to and approved by Assistance League National Philanthropic Program Consultant

  • Overview of Program including

    • Reason for Adoption

    • Financial Support

    • Budget Administration


Operation school bell programs

Operation School BellPrograms

  • Backpacks

  • Clothing

  • Emergency Kits

  • Dictionaries

  • Literacy

  • Emergency Response Team


Backpacks

Backpacks

  • Distributed to elementary students K-5

  • Includes necessary supplies

  • Program is completed in September


Program evaluations

  • Began 1995-96 with 50 backpacks

  • Increased to 1800 backpacks in 2003-04

  • Decreased 2006-07 to 1100 backpacks


Backpacks duplication

Backpacks - Duplication

  • Other organizations supplying backpacks:

    • Costco

    • Boeing

    • School on Wheels

    • Many Mansions

    • Catholic Charities

    • St. Jude’s Church

    • Church of the Latter Day Saints

  • No other organization provides the number or the consistency of our program

  • All schools contacted want backpacks


Emergency kits

Emergency Kits

  • Contains clothing/supplies for school nurse to distribute as needed

  • For children who fall or have an accident

  • Started 2000-01 fiscal year

  • Between 30-32 schools receive Kits

  • No duplication

  • Needed and appreciated


Clothing

Clothing

  • Provide new clothing/shoes for children in need in elementary schools

  • No duplication

  • Changed to meet needs of children and fit with mission statement to increase self-esteem in those we serve


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Clothing

  • Began 2000-01 with 167 packets

  • Yearly increase to 800–900 packets

  • Program can be increased to meet needs


Dictionaries program

Dictionaries Program

  • Started 2004-05 with 140 dictionaries

  • Serves 2 schools – Park Oaks & Conejo

  • Distributed to 3rd graders

  • Hardbound copies kept in classroom

  • Elks & Rotary provide some dictionaries but not the same quality


Literacy program

Literacy Program

  • Started 2004-05 with 75 students

  • Increased to 100 students for past two years

  • Volunteers read with children assigned by teacher

  • Recipient reported that progress was seen in children


Emergency response team

Emergency Response Team

  • Set up to handle one-time emergencies in our communities

  • Used during the Moorpark fires


Other philanthropic programs

Other Philanthropic Programs

  • Assault Survivor Kits

  • What If I’m Home Alone?

  • Screening Eyes Early (SEE)

  • Share A Bear

  • Transitional Living Care (TLC)


Assault survivor kits

Assault Survivor Kits

  • Started in2003-04 with 20 kits

  • Community requested program

  • Provide supplies requested by Safe Harbor

  • Support for those victims of crime


Share a bear

Share A Bear

  • Delivered 297 CASEY bears in 1997-1998

  • Increased to 1000 bears the following year

  • Over 1500 bears now to hospitals, urgent care centers, fire and sheriff stations

  • Not duplicated

  • Good public relations within community

  • Can be increased to more facilities


What if i m home alone

What If I’m Home Alone?

  • Began 1996-97

  • Objective:

  • 2400 children per year & 20 volunteer members

  • 750 3rd grade students served this year

  • Not duplicated


Screening eyes early

Screening Eyes Early

  • Screening preschoolers for eye problems

    (e.g., colorblindness and lazy eye)

  • Lazy eye early detection is crucial, but rarely found.

  • Some duplication, but not the same

  • Eyes screened in kindergarten


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Screening Eyes Early

  • 295 preschool children 2001

  • 832 screened 2002

  • 181 this year

  • Objective:

    • 1500 children per year & 32 trained volunteers


Transitional living care tlc

Transitional Living Care (TLC)

  • Serves foster-care young adults ages 16-18

  • Approximately 15 teens per year

  • Seminars to prepare for independent living

  • Provides household items


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Transitional Living Care (TLC)

  • Program not duplicated

  • Appreciated by recipients

  • ALCV honored at event by Interface

  • Provides community recognition


Philanthropic programs reserve

Philanthropic ProgramsReserve

  • Funds set aside to increase current programs

  • Serve additional children

  • Special needs

  • Scholarships


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