Survey

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Released: 12/2012

The Project Streamline Grantmaker Assessment Tool is an online survey that generates a comparative report about your grantmaking processes. This tool will enable you to compare your grantmaking processes to those of other funders, as well as to the principles described in the report, Drowning in Paperwork, Distracted from Purpose.

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Released: 02/2015

America is in the midst of a dramatic cultural shift, but evidence suggests that organized philanthropy may be stuck in the past. As the nation becomes more ethnically and racially diverse, it is more important than ever to consider whether the fundraising playbook is due for an overhaul. Do our current fundraising efforts reach the full spectrum of Americans who might support them? Are we speaking the language—literally and figuratively—of tomorrow’s donors? Do the fundraising channels we depend upon exclude some ethnic and racial groups? Do we have the cultural competency to reach all Americans who might support nonprofits?

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Resource Type: ReportSurvey



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Released: 07/2015

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, in partnership with the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) and the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), conducted first comprehensive survey to assess the ethnic and gender diversity of the staffs of art museums across the United States. Undertaken to replace anecdotal evidence with hard data, the survey provides the museum field with the first statistical baseline against which progress can be measured.

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Resource Type: ReportSurvey
Audience: All Members
Funding Area: Museums



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Released: 08/2015

A vast majority of Americans care about kids eating healthy meals at school to support their health and learning, and want to keep the school nutrition standards. As a follow up to W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s 2010 School Food Poll, we wanted to understand how attitudes have changed since the implementation of the new school food nutrition standards. Five years later, people are more committed than ever to improving healthy food in our schools, on behalf of children.

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Resource Type: SurveyToolkit
Audience: All Members