Evaluation Without Borders: Client Interest Form
This program aims to connect Washington Evaluators members with local nonprofits and community-based organizations in Washington, D.C. and beyond seeking program planning, measurement and evaluation services.
Please complete this form to express your interest in requesting pro bono evaluation services. During each round, we will be matching evaluation teams with organizations, based on the evaluators' skills and the needs of each client. Prior to matching, all clients will be informed of a potential match, so you have time to consider and plan around your schedule.
Thanks for your interest in requesting pro bono evaluation services and engaging with the evaluation community in the Washington, D.C. area.
Where is your organization currently based?
What type of assistance are you interested in receiving? (select all that apply?)
Evaluation 101 (e.g. purposes, approaches, standards)
Evaluation planning (e.g. developing questions, statements of work)
Theory-based approaches (e.g. theories of change, logic models)
Performance measurement (e.g. indicator design, designing monitoring systems)
Data collection instruments (e.g. survey design, interview guides, participatory designs)
Data analysis and interpretation (e.g. statistical analysis, qualitative data analysis)
Data visualization (e.g. dashboard design, infographics)
Strategic planning (e.g. mission, vision, goal setting)
Collaboration, Learning, and Adaptation (e.g. developing a learning/research agenda)
Please provide a short paragraph on the type of support you are requesting.
When would you like this project to begin?
Which languages should the evaluation team be able to provide support?
Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
How did you hear about the Evaluators without Borders program?
Word-of-mouth/referred by colleague
Center for Evaluation Innovation
Center for Nonprofit Advancement
National Council of Nonprofits
Direct outreach from Washington Evaluators
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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