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COVID-19: Questions Nonprofit Leaders Should Be Asking Right Now

Sector: Nonprofit

Equity as a Leading Principle

This is Part One of our five-part series titled, “Equity and Evaluation: Models of How Equity Can and Does Impact Evaluation.” The subsequent four parts will be released over the next two months (updated February 11, 2019).   The philanthropic and nonprofit fields, and organizations and individuals serving those fields, have shown an increasing focus … Continued

What makes the CCAT unique?

The CCAT is a unique type of capacity assessment tool that forms an integral part of the capacity building services offered by TCC Group. Our core capacity assessment model was developed over decades of research and evaluation of capacity building initiatives in the non-profit sector. In addition to your organization’s capacity scores, the CCAT determines … Continued

What is a CCAT Interpretation Session?

Assessment with interpretation is essential to action and real change. Once your nonprofit has assessed its capacity, how can your leadership move from assessment to action? At TCC Group, we believe that data alone does not help a nonprofit build its capacity. The CCAT’s strength is amplified by an interpretation session, where a neutral third-party … Continued

Purchasing the <i>CCAT</i><sup>®</sup>

Individual nonprofits, funders, and management support organizations can purchase CCAT surveys and interpretation sessions for up to 9 organizations online. If you are interested in purchasing the CCAT for 10 or more organizations, or if you would like to discuss creating a tailored program of capacity building services for your organization, please email our Help … Continued

Find a Certified CCAT Facilitator in Your Area

Certified Facilitators by Location United States     Canada      Australia UNITED STATES West Coast California Coachman-Moore and Associates Valerie Coachman-Moore, Jim Rhyne,   Inland Empire Community Collaborative Megan Meadors, Susan Gomez, David McCoy, Nancy Stingley,   Social Entrepreneurs, Inc. Kelly Marschall, Lisa Watson,   United Way … Continued

Be Informed: Developing Content for Media Campaigns (Stage 2)

Media campaigns are intended to affect their audiences – such as convincing people not to text and drive, or persuading people to purchase a product or vote for a particular candidate. There are various touchpoints where media can help lead an audience from awareness to action on an issue .  Being able to track these touchpoints – and the anti audiences engaged – enables organizations and media distributors to more efficiently and effectively test their content as well as intelligently move audiences from awareness to action at a faster, more effective rate.

Referencing the four key stages in a media campaign , this post focuses on the second stage: content development.