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Do-It-Yourself Logic Models: Examples, Templates, and Checklists [Handout]

Logic models are nonprofit road maps: they help you diagram where you are now and where you hope to be in the future. They are used for program planning, program management, fundraising, communications, consensus-building, and evaluation planning.

Want to make a logic model, but not sure where to start? On February 26, 2014, Innovation Network's Johanna Morariu and Ann Emery teamed up with GrantStation to offer a webinar titled "Do-It-Yourself Logic Models: Examples, Templates, Checklists, and More." Johanna and Ann taught nonprofits about the nuts and bolts of logic models—what they are, how to make them, who should be involved in the process, and how often to update them.

This resource is a blank logic model template that accompanied the webinar.


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Author Johanna Morariu and Ann Emery, Innovation Network
Publisher Innovation Network, Inc.
Publication Date February 25, 2014
Publication City Washington, DC
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Submitted to Point K February 25, 2014 - 11:14am

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