Funded Agencies - United Way Alberta Capital Region

Funded Agencies

To report, the following Common Outcomes Initiative Model will be used by all agencies funded by the two funding partners.

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Funded agencies and partners are using the data from the Common Outcomes Report to:

  • Learn about program successes,
  • Assess opportunities for growth,
  • Learn from other programs in the sector,
  • Share results of programs, and
  • Use data and results to tell the story of impact in the sector.

Completing the Common Outcomes Report (COR)

Each year, the Common Outcomes Report is sent to funded agencies at the beginning of December and input is due at the end of January. If you need assistance in completing the COR please reference the following resources:

Watch the full series of Common Outcomes Reporting tutorials

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Latest Report and Historical Summaries

Have questions about the common outcomes report? Reach out to your United Way Manager or FCSS Liaison.

Funded agencies and partners can also follow along with important information through the Common Outcomes twitter account.

Missed our recent Social Services Sector meeting?

The slide deck from our Spring 2021 meeting is now available.

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Presentations and Awards

The Common Outcomes Initiative has been recognized in various ways for the work being done in our community. COI has been invited to present at various evaluation related events and nominated for Provincial and National awards. The following is a list of presentations and award nominations that COI has received.

Conference presentations

Awards

  • 2016 Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta. Award of Merit. This award recognizes FCSS programs or project that have helped strengthen the social fabric of their community. These projects have achieved this through a demonstrated commitment to improving preventive social programs and services.
  • 2017 Short listed for the President’s Award for Innovation (Intelligent Network). United Way Centraide Canada National Recognition Program.