Nonprofits, funders, and researchers all want to see evidence that social change programs make a difference. But funders want evidence nonprofits don't always have, researchers develop evidence nonprofits can't always use, and nonprofits can be left with few answers about how best to build evidence. As a result, demand for evidence-based programs far outstrips supply.

We want to change that.

By combining a wide variety of resources into one platform, we can build a model for evidence-based program development and funding grounded in nonprofits' needs— and make a real difference in the lives of the people nonprofits, funders, and researchers are ultimately trying to help.

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Recent Updates

Solving the "Last Mile" Problem of Technology, Tools and Talent in the Social Sector
In this brief, we explore some of the barriers that have led to this problem in the nonprofit sector, and what Project Evident is doing to help.

Roadmaps For Continuous Improvement And Evidence Building In The Social Sector
Early lessons from Strategic Evidence Planning to strengthen continuous Improvement and evidence building in the social sector

Strategic Evidence Planning: A Practitioner's Perspective
A practitioner’s perspective on Strategic Evidence Planning, by Brad Dudding of the Center for Employment Opportunities


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