Hewlett Foundation Philanthropy Program Theory of Change
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Hewlett Foundation Philanthropy Program Theory of Change. Goals. Intended Impact. Marketplace for Giving GOAL: Donors can compare potential grantees using an online funding platform with programmatic and financial data about nonprofits

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Marketplace for giving goal donors can compare potential grantees using an online funding platform with programmatic and financial data about nonprofits

Hewlett Foundation Philanthropy Program Theory of Change

Goals

Intended Impact

  • Marketplace for Giving

  • GOAL: Donors can compare potential grantees using an online funding platform with programmatic and financial data about nonprofits

  • Meaningful information about nonprofits performance (DonorEdge, Guidestar)

  • Institutions that help move money efficiently(Network for Good, GlobalGiving)

Donors deploy resources effectively to high-performing organizations

Organizations across the sector create maximum social and environmental impact

  • Donor Education

  • GOAL: A critical mass of donors (both foundations and wealthy individuals) is committed to an impact-oriented approach to philanthropy

  • Education about best practices (The Philanthropy Workshop West, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, Social Venture Partners International)

External Grantmaking

Philanthropic infrastructure organizations are healthy and effective

  • Knowledge About Strategic Philanthropy

  • GOAL: A sector-wide system of knowledge creation and dissemination provides practitioners with intellectual and practice resources

  • Development of knowledge (Duke, Bridgespan, Center for Effective Philanthropy)

  • Distribution of knowledge (Stanford Social Innovation Review, IssueLab)

  • Research on the psychology and economics of giving (Princeton)

  • Organizational Effectiveness

  • GOAL: Hewlett grantees model effectiveness as organizations

  • Organizational Effectiveness grants (strategy planning, fundraising, leadership transitions)

  • Direct support for grantee leadership (Communications Leadership Institute)

Hewlett deploys resources effectively

Internal Work

  • Hewlett Foundation Effectiveness

  • GOAL: The Hewlett Foundation models effectiveness as a grantmaker

  • Strengthening of internal processes and practice (reporting, evaluation, planning)

  • Supporting communication about effective grantmaking practice (external, internal)

  • Targeted support of philanthropic infrastructure organizations (annual memberships)

Hewlett models good practice

Phil TOC -- Jan 07


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