Compared to grantees at the typical funder, Rogers grantees perceive the selection process as less helpful than typical and its reporting/evaluation process as more helpful than typical in strengthening their organizations/programs.
Grantees spend fewer hours than is typical on the:
Rogers grantees receive more grant dollars per hour that they spend on selection and reporting/evaluation processes than grantees at the typical funder.
CEP research suggests that discussion of a completed report or evaluation is associated with higher ratings for the helpfulness of the reporting/evaluation process. A larger than typical proportion of Rogers grantees indicate that they discussed their completed report/evaluation with Rogers staff.