Developing a Logic Model for Your Grant Proposal

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Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York

135 West 36th Street

15th Floor

New York, NY 10018

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More and more funders in both the public and private sectors are encouraging or requiring the inclusion of a logic model (i.e., theory of change) in grant proposals. For many organizations, this can be perceived as a “necessary evil,” but when done thoughtfully and thoroughly, can set the stage for effective project implementation and evaluation. This interactive workshop will focus on what logic models mean for grant proposals, feature a case study to help participants learn how to build a logic model, and understand how grant proposals are evaluated.


Key Takeaways

  • Understanding of the key role that a logic model can play in designing a compelling and targeted project
  • Insight through examples of logic models from winning proposals
  • Understanding of the grant proposal evaluation process and how it can be used to measure a theory of change
  • Hands-on experience building a logic model from a sample case study


The workshop will be presented by Marilyn Zlotnik, Vice President for Development and Communications at Metis Associates, a national human services research and consulting firm headquartered in New York City. In her role as Vice President, Ms. Zlotnik has worked closely with the firm’s consulting staff to design logic models and evaluation plans for grant proposals.

Please Note: This meeting is limited to current NPCC nonprofit members only, and may be limited to ONE person per organization due to space constraints. If your organization is not a current nonprofit member of NPCC, you can visit http://www.npccny.org/membership/how-to-join/ for more information on joining NPCC.




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Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York

135 West 36th Street

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New York, NY 10018

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