Feedback and Participatory Grantmaking Are Complementary


Through the experiences of the more than 400 direct-service nonprofits and nearly 100 funders across the country participating in our Listen4Good initiative, Fund for Shared Insight is demonstrating feedback’s positive, lasting benefits. When done right, feedback can provide actionable data on how to improve programs and at the same time catalyze or spark other organizational changes and deeper listening practices. By surfacing disparities in experience among different groups, especially those that have been historically marginalized, feedback also can help organizations strengthen their commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read more here.

Source: NPQ


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