From Last Time
- Needs Statement Due.
- Abstract Due over
- Documenting the need. O'Neal, Step 3. .
- K & S Lesson 8.
- Mikelonis et al., “Writing the Need Statement.” Readings Library in Blackboard.
- Get Planning Memo in ASAP
We will do this
- Draft Goals and Objectives in class
- Review the needs statement
2. Guest Speaker--Georgiana Bradshaw, Coastal Bend Food Bank
3. Questions? Thoughts? Picks? Pans?
4. Reports from QB, and Groups A, B, C, D, and E
5. Discussion of needs: What data have we gathered?
Another resource: United way overview of Nueces County
7. Goals and Objectives; note that they deal with the logic of your plan (project, goals, evaluation)
- What is a goal?
- What is an objective?
- What is a method?
- Examples of each
Karsh and Fox Ch. 8
- Definition of Goal
- Swa hwaet? The so what factor
- Just because a program seems good, if you can's show it will achieve specific results, it's hard to fund
- Grantmakers Goals and Objectives are important, too.
- Moore (see #6)
- Don't "Make" Your Goals fit with funders; either they do or they don't
- REALISTIC goals and objectives, but ones that show real change.
9. Next Time:
NOTE NOTE NOTE
Do NOT follow the reading schedule in the syllabus; it is based on the incorrect version of the book. Please follow the Daily Agenda.
Peer Review Planning Memo: (Send to two classmates)
- Read it over
- Does it do assignment
- Things you like
- Things you think need clarification
- Editing/grammar stuff
Abstract due over
We will do this:
- Organizational Background (Group C's work)
- ncorporate Needs statement into the project description (Group D's Work)
- Budget Exercise