Success Measures and consulting partner Verge Impact Partners planned and conducted an equitable developmental evaluation, facilitated work sessions and national convenings, and analyzed the housing portfolio for Kresge’s Advancing Health Equity Through Housing funding program which supports community-driven practices that create change at the intersection of health and housing.
Strategic Learning & Advisory
For the National League of Cities/Cities of Opportunity’s work with cities pursuing cross-sector collaborations to advance health and racial equity through policy, practice and systems change and innovative local programming, Success Measures provided evaluation planning and qualitative analysis of key learnings from two cohorts of participating cities.
Success Measures, in partnership with Kia Levey-Burden of Launch Consulting, designed and facilitated an evaluative learning process for the foundation and a cohort of community-based organizations in Connecticut who are working to advance health justice and equity through power building and community advocacy.
Success Measures served as evaluation partner to the staff of the National Collaborative for Health Equity’s Culture of Health Leadership Institute for Racial Healing who hope to learn about participants’ experience in its 18-month pilot.
Success Measures served as learning partner to the de Beaumont Foundation’s BUILD Health Challenge, an initiative supporting innovative multi-sector partnerships working to address important health issues in their communities.
Over many years, Success Measures has served as long-term evaluation partner to the Regional Foundation (formerly Wells Fargo Regional Foundation) which works to improve the lives of children and families in low-income Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware communities by concentrating its resources on comprehensive, neighborhood-based economic and community development initiatives.
Success Measures worked with the Melville Charitable Trust to implement a learning and reflection process for new grantmaking strategies focused on the root causes of homelessness and housing instability.