United Way of the Piedmont is proud to share the impact from our first year of using the new Results Based Accountability (RBA) model for our grant process. In our most recent funding cycle organizations receiving United Way funding shared common outcomes of their programs so that we as an organization, and as a community, can measure the true progress being made to transform our community. This RBA model is not only a method of accountability to donors and stakeholders, but also a way to assess impact and not just outcomes.

Results Based Accountability asks 3 questions:

  1. How much did we do?
  2. How well did we do it?
  3. Is anyone better off?

Below are the answers to each of those questions for United Way’s three priority areas:

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