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Feedback Labs, Inc.

Org #48089
Vetted since 2018 Effective Nonprofit
2017
year founded
$119,305
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Feedback Labs (FBL) believes that listening to the people we seek to serve isn't just the right thing to do morally and ethically; it's also often the smart thing to do in terms of impact. Working to create new norms in the philanthropy, aid, and governance sectors that put regular people in the driver's seat - with experts in a supporting role during program selection, design, implementation, and evaluation - we ask three driving questions: What do regular people want to make their lives better? Are we helping them get it? If not, what should we do differently?

Project Leaders
Margaret VanDeusen
Margaret VanDeusen
Team
Dennis Whittle, Megan Campbell, Sarah Hennessy
Organization Information
1110 Vermont Ave Nw
Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005
United States
(302) 455-8323

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0352117404
Organization Information
1110 Vermont Ave Nw
Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005
United States
(302) 455-8323

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0352117404

Project Reports

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Mar 21, 2020
Inviting 36 New Voices to the Conversation
Here at Feedback Labs, we believe that every voice matters.    Whether you work at a large foundation or a community nonprofit, you are welcomed into the feedback movement. Our worldwide...
Feb 11, 2020
Feedback Crash Course Goes International
We believe that when leaders invest in feedback, they can make monumental changes at their organizations. The Feedback Crash Course program trains individual feedback champions to be fluent in...
Dec 23, 2019
We can't do it alone.
We can’t do it alone.   In order to make feedback the norm in aid, philanthropy, non-profits and government, we need a critical mass of practitioners to embrace feedback. We need...
 
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