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Questions for the second 'Measuring Social Impact' Workshop, on July 11th, to be completed before the workshop begins.


  • How do you currently talk about the impact of your work?
  • Who are your key audiences for impact? What are their interests?
  • What kind of measurement do you currently use to help you make decisions? Tell your story?
  • Write down your key activities, how much you do of them (e.g., number of people reached, number of activities provided), and your impact. If you have a logic model or theory of change, please bring it with you to the workshop.
  • What are your three individual goals to take-away from this workshop?

*Participants will also receive two short case studies to read before the workshop on Wednesday in an email.

Register for the 'Measuring Social Impact' workshop here. 

**Did you know? Early-stage organizations MUST attend at least one workshop prior to application deadline on June 29th, while leaders of later-stage and established programs are recommended to attend as they see fit, but are but not required to do so. 

About the SIFP Workshops: The purpose of these workshops are to 1) better prepare applicants for the SIFP competition and rubric for which they will be judged, and 2) to help social innovaters in Seattle better assess strengths and weaknesses, refine their business models, support their team, and articulate their innovation.

These workshops will be hands-on and interactive, and participants should expect to first go through general principles with the faciliator - including examples and descriptions of a range of organizational stages in capacity building areas - after which participants will work towards a customized approach to their own social venture. For additional information on the SIFP 2012 workshops, check this out.