Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Assessment Reports include information from multiple sources—external stakeholders, grantees, and internal administrative data—which RWJF uses to guide organizational improvement efforts.
A bi-annual report developed with the Center for Effective Philanthropy to provide RWJF with actionable feedback based on the perceptions and experiences of its grantees.
Since 2006, RWJF has partnered with the Center for Effective Philanthropy every other year to survey grantees about their perceptions of, and experience with, the Foundation. In 2016, RWJF is doing roughly the same or better than in 2013.
The Assessment Report is a public version of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s biennial Scorecard, a self-assessment that highlights key indicators of organizational performance.
This assessment report reviews the Foundation's overall grantmaking trends and tracks the Foundation's performance.
This brief report, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Frequent Checkups Make for Healthier Funding Relationships, presents key findings about RWJF's GPRs over the years, and includes candid comments by RWJF's leadership.
This assessment report reviews the Foundation's overall grantmaking trends and tracks our performance along three key areas: Program Development Program Impact and Grantee Relations.