Resources for CPIP-funded organizations
Below is information about the evaluation and wisdom seeking framework.
All programs that receive CPIP funding must follow the guidelines for evaluation/wisdom seeking:
- 2022 Theories of Change and Outcome Indicators – can be used for reference.
- Framework for Wisdom Seeking and Evaluation – describes CPIP’s overall approach to evaluation/wisdom seeking
- Evaluation Toolkit for Social Development Programs – provides step-by-step guidelines to evaluation for programs using a social development approach
- Siim ohksin: Wahkotiwin Wisdom Seeking Toolkit – provides step-by-step guidelines to wisdom seeking for Siim ohksin: Wahkotiwin programs
All progams require a one-page Theory of Change:
- CPIP Theory of Change template – has the required formatting and information on what should be included in each section
- CPIP Footnote Style Guide – provides examples of how to cite references in the Theory of Change
Additional evaluation resources for programs using a social development approach:
- CPIP Risk and Protective Factors – see toolkit (above) for more information
- Year End Report form (Social Development) – completed in FIMS, see Evaluation Toolkit (above) for more information
- Resources for learning about evaluation – also included in toolkit (above)
- Tools to measure crime prevention project outcomes – also included in toolkit (above)
Additional wisdom seeking resources for Siim ohksin: Wahkotiwin programs:
- Ceremony Documentation form - completed by City/CPIP staff
- Siim ohksin: Wahkotiwin Indicator Surveys – see wisdom seeking toolkit (above) for more information
- Year End Report form (Siim ohksin: Wahkotiwin) - completed in FIMS, see wisdom seeking toolkit (above) for more information
All programs must also submit financial statements annually in FIMS. Contact Partnership Specialist for deadlines.