Project Selection- Criteria for evaluating the good deed
We check the applications to ensure that every candidate organization:
- submits a clear and realistic concept for the implementation of the project
- clearly defines the good deed and its scalability (What can be achieved through a donation of $0.75?)
- can clearly identify its target group and recognises the needs of that group
- can clearly demonstrate how the good deed brings about medium and long term positive and sustainable change.
We ask applicants to describe their projects based on an impact chain. This allows us to determine whether the organization has integrated the project into their long-term strategy and whether the results are measurable.
Example of Impact Chain
|Food and Education for Children in Kenya||Local NGO buys food supplies and prepares daily dishes for pupils||Number of meals that have been prepared and given to children||It is expected that compared to last year, a total of x pupils will pass their final exams.||Improved educational possibilities for the pupils|