Assessing Impact: A Toolkit for Outcome Measurement in Community Food Security Programs
Assessing Impact: A Toolkit for Outcome Measurement in Community Food Security Programs is a resource for program and administrative staff at anti-hunger and community food security organizations who want to better understand program impacts and improve community food security. This toolkit offers an introduction to, case studies of, and advanced tools for outcome measurement.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Community Food Security, Food Systems and Agriculture
Born and raised in Fresno, California, Jenny graduated from Stanford University in 2012 with a degree in interdisciplinary earth systems science. At Stanford, Jenny designed and facilitated a seminar on the food system, helped launch the student-led podcast Generation Anthropocene, and campaigned for a campus farm. With the Brooklyn Food Coalition and Community Food Funders, Jenny advocated for NYC food chain workers' rights and helped lay the groundwork for a regional food systems planning process. Jenny served as a 2012 Tom Ford Fellow in Philanthropy at the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, where she provided support to grassroots food justice organizations nationally.
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Originally from South Dakota, Brian graduated from Beloit College in 2012 with a degree in sociology. At Beloit, Brian interned with a youth gardening program, researched barriers to participation in a community garden, conducted an urban agriculture feasibility study for a coalition of non-profits, and orchestrated a meeting between local leaders to discuss regional food and job creation opportunities. He also participated in grassroots campaigns, including one to legalize backyard chicken-keeping. Brian has worked on two farms, where he planned and managed intensive gardens, sold produce through a farmers’ market, and worked with cattle.
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