GUIDE: Feedback Simplified—How To Use Feedback To Amplify Your Nonprofit’s Impact

Listening to the people you intend to help is central to your nonprofit’s effectiveness and future. Download GlobalGiving’s “Feedback Simplified” guide to get started.



Getting feedback is critical to the long-term success of your nonprofit. And the feedback process doesn’t have to expensive or overly time-consuming. It’s especially important to listen to the people you serve, so that you can collect valuable feedback to improve your programs, services, and ultimately your impact in the world. At the end of the day, you can’t improve and become more effective if you don’t know how well your programs are working, from the perspective of the people you intend to help.

Key Takeaways

GlobalGiving’s “Feedback Simplified” is a helpful tool for nonprofit teams that want to collect feedback from constituents, but don’t know where to start. It’s also useful if your team needs to evaluate or reformulate its existing feedback process. In this guide, you will find:

  • Sample feedback questions
  • Case studies that show how other nonprofits have used feedback to improve
  • A list of free tools you can use to collect feedback


Length: 11 pages
Level: Introductory

We recommend setting aside about an hour to read “Feedback Simplified.” Then, determine what elements of the guide you’d like to implement, and how much time you’ll need to start a feedback process at your nonprofit (or improve your existing feedback process). Soon, you’ll be ready to Listen, Act, Learn. Repeat.

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