For more information, please contact Christina Holt at the KU Work Group by phone at (785) 864-0533, or by email at email@example.com.
A wide range of community organizations – large and small, local and international – have one thing in common: they’ve used the Community Check Box to measure and improve the effectiveness of their work. Whatever goal or initiative you’re working on, the Check Box provides the tools you need to display your data and keep everything on track.
You’ve worked hard to build your organization, create a plan of action and put that plan to work to achieve your goals. The Check Box helps you document that hard work, keep track of progress and measure your results.
Community Check Box is a smart, helpful, easy-to-use web-based tool to capture and display data that shows where and how well you’re progressing toward your goals. This process helps support meaningful evaluations, promote accountability, and encourage continual improvements in your work.
The Community Check Box makes it easy to highlight accomplishments and share your well-documented story with your community stakeholders and funders.
CHECK BOX CAN HELP YOU …
THE BUZZ ON COMMUNITY CHECK BOX
"I have used this tool to help more than 50 community coalitions tell their story and demonstrate outcomes. I could not have done it without the Check Box."
"So much research and so many years of community practice have gone into the Community Check Box and it shows! An amazing tool that helps community leaders put science into their everyday practice."
"Mobilizing your community to take action on daunting challenges is hard work. However, using the Community Check Box to track our progress on the Roadmap to a Healthier Douglas County has made that work easier. Sharing accomplishments and data across stakeholder groups is fundamental to our work and the Check Box makes it happen. It is hard to identify a decision that has been as impactful as using the Check Box."
For information about obtaining a customized Community Check Box Evaluation System and related technical support, or to request a live demo, please contact the KU Work Group at (785) 864-0533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.