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We’re in this Together: The How and Why of Grantee Collaboration

By Kate Caldecott

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The How and Why of Grantee Collaboration Chances are, there’s more than one service provider in your community that does work you’d like to support. You can choose to fund only one of them. Or you can choose to fund various providers to independently carryout similar projects. Or you can ask service providers to collaborate. Collaboration offers…

Collaboration for Impact Conference

By Kate Caldecott

Collaboration for Impact
As a follow up to my post on the role of local government in Collective Impact, I wanted to let everyone know that registration is now open for the national Collaboration for Impact Conference, taking place 17 -19 July, 2017 in Canberra.   Included in the post-conference sessions is a workshop for “exploring the changing role…

What is the Role of Local Government in Collective Impact?

By Kate Caldecott

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Much as we hate to admit it, Big Change takes Big Effort. We’ve accumulated enough failures and partial successes to know that society’s most intractable problems are not going to be solved by any one policy, government entity or organisation. Rather, we have to accept that we are all in this thing together and that…

The Eleven Commandments of Grantmaking Evaluation

By Kate Caldecott

Grant evaluation
This is the second installment in a two part series derived from a speech delivered by Kate Caldecott, at the AIGM’s Evaluation Bootcamp, Melbourne, August 24, 2005. Kate served as Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Grants Management at the time.  Acknowledgement to Chris Borthwick and Kathy Richardson from Our Community.Having spelled out the…

The Seven Deadly Sins of Program Evaluation

By Kate Caldecott

Grant evaluation Kate Caldecott
This is the first installment in a two part series derived from a speech delivered by Kate Caldecott, at the AIGM’s Evaluation Bootcamp, Melbourne, August 24, 2005. Kate served as Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Grants Management at the time.  Acknowledgement to Chris Borthwick and Kathy Richardson from Our Community. Let’s begin at the…

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  • Kate Caldecott worked with me on Australia Post’s Our Neighbourhood Community Grants program. She assisted with the grant process design and SmartyGrants grant management implementation.

    In working with Kate, I would describe her as being: passionate, knowledgeable, dedicated to community with a willingness to going the extra mile, above and beyond. It is always a pleasure to work with Kate.

    - Erin McKenzie, Community Events and Partnerships Advisor, Community Relations Australia Post
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    - Marilyn A Gippsland VIC
  • Kate’s involvement in the final stages of the major review of two of Sunshine Coast Council’s funding programs added significant value to our work. As well as identifying additional sources of information for analysis, and suggesting enhancements to data presentation, Kate provided a professional critique of the review, validating our analysis of the review findings and the options identified in our report to Council.

    - Margaret Cattanach Team Leader Community Connections Community Services Sunshine Coast Council

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