For Immediate Release
January 15, 2014
Please contact: Rui Zhang, Communication and Policy Assistant | firstname.lastname@example.org | 330-535-3263 x 224
Grant from the O’Neill Foundation for Communication Measurements
Cleveland, OH- Asian Services In Action, Inc. (ASIA, inc.) is delighted to announce its grant award from O’Neill Foundation in the amount of $29,555 to improve the way it measures and communicates its impact on the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in Northeast Ohio.
With this funding, ASIA will partner with Philliber Research Associates (PRA) to design effective outcomes and performance measurements and tools, which is foundational to the organization’s long-term sustainability. These measurements and tools will enhance ASIA’s ability to effectively monitor and document various programs’ impact and communication on current and future funders, individual donors and stakeholders. ASIA believes the project will build ASIA’s capacity in a way that will positively impact its programs’ success, fund development, public relations and human resource management.
Asian Services In Action
Founded in 1995, Asian Services In Action’s mission is to empower and advocate for Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders (AAPIs); and to provide AAPIs access to quality, culturally, and linguistically appropriate information and services. Visit www.asiaohio.org to learn more. Follow ASIA on Facebook and Twitter!
The O’Neill Foundation
The O’Neill Foundation’s vision is for strong communities where families thrive. Its mission is to partner with nonprofits to improve the quality of life for families and communities, in places where O’Neill family members live.
Philliber Research Associates
Philliber Research Associates, an independent research and evaluation firm, specializes in outcome-based evaluation and program planning services for social, cultural, educational, health, media, and other programs. Founded in 1987, PRA has evaluated hundreds of programs across the United States and abroad. PRA has a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, program evaluators, data analysts and support staff at offices in New York, Washington D.C., and California. Each of our evaluation projects is supervised by a senior staff member with a Ph.D.-level degree.