When it’s time to show proof of impact, a data administrator can quickly pull reports that compare Pam’s anticipated outcomes for Sally’s care plan, to real-life results over time.
Grantors want to see how clients like Sally progress through case management programs, representing a return on the grantors’ investment in your agency. When it’s time to reflect back on stories like Sally’s, since Pam input all the data into one centralized platform, compiling reports is a breeze.
Data administrators using CaseWorthy quickly compile budgetary data, program attendance, and overall client success rates. On a macro level, individual reports can be summarized to analyze broader patterns of impact and need.
For example, nonprofit leadership can use reports to identify opportunities for investment or growth to better serve their target audiences, including the assessment of:
- Scope of services — What does a typical client journey look like, and what services are most frequently needed?
- Demographic data — Is the nonprofit equitably targeting in-need clients? Are the majority of the clients English speaking, or are translation services required?
- Program efficacy — What programs of care have been the most successful? Are certain areas of the program, or specific partner agencies, correlated with better outcomes?
Grant proposals that intertwine the macro view, as well as individual case outcomes, are often more competitive. Individual case stories are also essential to garnering philanthropic support for nonprofit organizations. Donors want to hear stories about people, not statistics.