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Inspiring Action: Identifying the Social Sector AI Opportunity Gap

A new working paper on the current use of, interest in, and opportunity for AI in the social and education sectors.
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Experts by Experience

How bringing people with lived experience into the design and delivery of social programs, products, and services can improve outcomes.
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Photo courtesy of Peer Health Exchange. Peer Facilitators (L to R: DeAndre Strong, Ja’Niyah Flakes, London Strong, and Darrialmond Sankey) and Peer Health Exhange Fellow Cora Alperin speak about their experiences in the classroom at PHE’s Cheers to 20 Years event.

Foundational Tools for Evidence Building

Learn more about the foundational set of evidence building activities: a theory of change, learning agenda, and a Strategic Evidence Plan that can help nonprofits generate evidence.

Project Evident Releases New Book “Next Generation Evidence: Strategies for More Equitable Social Impact”

Featuring innovative thinking from a diverse group of thought leaders, "Next Generation Evidence" lays out a vision for a stronger, more equitable data and evidence ecosystem.

Getting Better Impact with AI

How AI can support leaders in making more equitable decisions, driving R&D, and enabling staff to focus on high-value activities.

TAG and Project Evident Unveil Responsible AI Adoption Framework for Philanthropy

A holistic evaluation framework with pragmatic guidance to help grantmakers adopt AI in alignment with their core values.

Bringing It All: Building Stronger, More Equitable Evidence Relies on Skills Beyond Data and Evidence

Evidence-building work is not just about data and evidence — it is about people and their relationship with data and evidence in their work and lives.

Evidence Essentials for Nonprofits

Join us to learn more about how your organization can use data and evidence more effectively to drive better, more meaningful, and more equitable outcomes.

Evidence in Action: Bridges Homeward

A Q&A with Bridges Homeward Deputy Director Noreen Dolan about the organization’s efforts to use data to improve staff retention and engagement.

National AI Survey for Nonprofits

AI-powered tools are quickly proliferating—which can be both exciting and overwhelming for nonprofits and funders unsure if and how they should be leveraging new technologies in their work ...