Impact Report

Grants

Number of individuals served:

Number of programs delivered (Safehome and Firesafe Grants respectively):

Amount of funds raised for grants:

Percentage of program participants who achieve desired outcomes:

Number of volunteer hours for labor and rebuild, upgrade or grant/loan based projects:

Amount of in-kind donations:

Amount dedicated to grants:

Amount of property rebuilt, upgraded or built new:

Loans

Same criteria as above:

Amount dedicated or outstanding on current loans:

Fellowship

Amount of fellowships given:

Amount of charity, fundraiser, or events sponsored:

Amount of program participants who achieve desired outcomes:

Amount given to sponsor events:

Amount benefited from events:

Amounts benefited other non-profit, 501(3)(c) charity programs:

Scholarship

Amount of scholarships given:

Amount of individuals assisted:

Type and amount of career or education pursued:

Optional repayment participation:

Executive Summary of Impact Reporting Criteria

The International Fire Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to our mission and values. This Impact Report outlines the organization's measurable, quantifiable, and qualitative impacts for the fiscal year 2024.

Measurable and Quantifiable Impacts

Number of individuals served: [Number of individuals served]

Number of programs delivered: [Number of programs delivered]

Amount of funds raised: [Amount of funds raised]

Percentage of program participants who achieve desired outcomes: [Percentage of program participants who achieve desired outcomes]

Number of volunteer hours: [Number of volunteer hours]

Amount of in-kind donations: [Amount of in-kind donations]

Number of media mentions: [Number of media mentions]

Number of social media followers: [Number of social media followers]

Qualitative Impacts

Increased access to [services or programs]: [Qualitative evidence of increased access to services or programs]

Improved quality of life for individuals served: [Qualitative evidence of improved quality of life for individuals served]

Increased community awareness of [issues or causes]: [Qualitative evidence of increased community awareness of issues or causes]

Strengthened partnerships with other organizations: [Qualitative evidence of strengthened partnerships with other organizations]

Increased organizational capacity: [Qualitative evidence of increased organizational capacity]

Case Studies

The following case studies provide in-depth examples of the organization's impact:

Case Study 1: [Case study of an individual who has benefited from the organization's services]

Case Study 2: [Case study of a program that has been successful in achieving its goals]

Case Study 3: [Case study of a partnership that has been successful in advancing the organization's mission]

Conclusion

The International Fire Foundation is making a positive impact on the lives of individuals and the community recovering from disaster. The organization is committed to continuing to measure and report on its impact to ensure that its programs and services are making a real difference.

Additional Considerations

In addition to the above, the International Fire Foundation will consider the following when reporting on its impact:

Sustainability: the organization should report on its efforts to ensure that its programs and services are sustainable in the long term.

Equity: the organization should report on its efforts to ensure that its programs and services are accessible to all individuals, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or other demographic factors.

Innovation: the organization should report on its efforts to develop and implement innovative programs and services that address emerging needs.

By reporting on these additional factors, the International Fire Foundation can provide a more comprehensive and transparent picture of its impact.

Grants | Loans

Scholarships

Impact Criteria