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What is the Readiness Component of the RISE Partnership?

Jan 17, 2019

The Scattergood Foundation in conjunction with our partners have launched a three year initiative to help build the evaluation capacity for non-profits across the region. The  RISE Partnership has three different components: Readiness, Implementation, and Sustainability.

What is the goal of the RISE Partnership Readiness component?

The Readiness component will provide an introductory knowledge and skill building for organizations in key concepts, tools, and resources for internal evaluation capacity building and performance management.

What does an organization receive if they are in Readiness?

Up to 12 hours of group training and up to 2 hours of individual consultation over nine months. Individuals consultation may include tailored resources to organizations ready to continue learning skill development outside of RISE.

What type of organizations are a good fit for the Readiness component?

This component is open to any organization ready to build knowledge and skills in evaluation capacity and performance management.  Organizations of any size and serving any population are welcome to apply.

Is the Readiness component similar to the Making Data Count Trainings?

Yes, the Readiness component is similar and we wouldn’t recommend your organization applying to the Readiness component if you have already completed Making Data Count Training.

How does an organization apply to the Readiness component?

The  Readiness Application is available in the Scattergood Foundation online grant portal.
Applications are due on Friday, April 17, 2020 at 5:00pm EST.

Who do I contact if I have questions about the Readiness component?

Please email questions to