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AFP DE, Brandywine Chapter: Using a Logic Model to Show Outcomes

January 18, 2017

Using a Logic Model to Show Outcomes

Presented by: Vicki Innes, CFRE


January 18, 2017

Community Service Building, Room 109

100 W. 10th Street

Wilmington, DE 19801


8:30 - 9:00 am Net and Nosh

9:00 - 10:30 am Program   


Logic models range from simple to very complex. They are used to demonstrate the process, outcome and evaluation of your program. A logic model can be very helpful as a communication tool to your partners and stakeholders. It can also help you see where the gaps are in your program planning.

  1. What is a logic model and why you should have one?
  1. Learn about the different approaches to creating a logic model.
  1. Use building a program logic model to determine the resources you need and the impact you intend to make.


We will break into small groups and practice creating simple, sample logic models.



Presenter, Vickie Innes, CFRE, Executive Director of Reading Assist Institute, is a seventeen-year veteran of non-profit organizational development. Vickie received her BA in Organizational Leadership from Eastern University. Prior to Reading Assist she worked for Habitat for Humanity in several positions over the years, Director of Real Estate and Construction Operations for Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Delaware County, PA, and Fund Development Manager for Delaware Valley Habitat for Humanity. Vickie realized the benefit of being a CFRE executive director and received certification in 2015.

CFRE credit approval for this workshop is pending.