|Assessing Service Populations|
Determining the needs and demographics of your service population is the first step in developing programming.
Leveraging funds available immediately after a tragic event is important for short-term organizational development.
|Evaluation and Measurement|
Evaluations and measurement techniques help refine programs and better target them to specific needs of your service population.
|Fundraising and Financial Management
Obtaining funds and resources after the initial aftermath of a tragedy is a key component of organizational sustainability.
In addition to programming, free resources can help families in your service population discover outreach and skills development opportunities.
|Mental Health Resources
It is vital that organizations understand the potential psychological impact that traumatic loss may have on both individuals and communities at large.
|Marketing and Outreach|
Marketing and outreach strategies help gain exposure and build connections with potential partners and funders.
Once the needs of a service population are defined, programs can be implemented and eventually expanded.
|Visioning and Organizational Development|
Before delivering services, an organization must define its mission, vision and purpose.