The following is a selection of resources that United Way and other community partners have identified as useful when planning and completing their application(s). We encourage you to take a moment to review and utilize the resources that relate to your work!


Outcome EvaluationA selection of slides highlighting key concepts related to Outcome Measurement taken from Andrew Taylor’s workshop (Taylor Newberry Consulting) held in Moncton, May and October of 2013.




Andrew Taylor Training video on Outcome Measurements


Other general resources you might find useful:

Outcomes Measurement – Splash and Ripple Outcomes Measurement Framework
(Many organizations have shared that this document was extremely helpful when beginning to create a logic model and outcome measurement frameworks.)

Evaluation example – Measuring Success

Logic Model Template

Collective Impact- a definition


Resources useful in relation to United Way focus areas:

All that kids can be   

My Community at a Glance – Community Profiles – NB Health Council

Youth initiatives and programming – Developmental Assets: A Profile of Your Youth, Executive Summary . Pages of interest are 1-1, 1-2, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8, 1-10 and 1-11.

Discovering what kids need to succeed – the Search Institute

Strong communities

My Community at a Glance – Community Profiles – NB Health Council 

Sense of Belonging Index

Organizational Capacity Self Assessment Tool

Succession Planning – HR Council





In case you haven’t found what you are looking for, you might try these sites:

If you have resources that you find are helpful in your work, please share and we will add them to the Resource Library! Email suggestions to Kate Doyle