This fact sheet describes evidence-based practice, and how the PN program exemplifies this framework. It guides applicants through demonstrating their commitment to evidence-based practice.
This fact sheet provides a guide for applicant organizations and neighborhood coalitions to approach the application and the PN planning grant. It helps applicants undertsand the key elements, priorities, and requirements of the grant.
This fact sheet provide a tool for PNs to create realistic visions and budgets for the management needs of work. It provides guidance for estimating staffing and financial needs during the implementation grant year and beyond.
This planning guide created by Bridgespan and PolicyLink, builds on Bridgespan's experience in partnership with HCZ and other initatives. IT is organized around 5 questions about decisionmaking to make the greatest impact.
This fact sheet provides a How-to-Apply guide for applicant organizations to navigate the PN application for an implementation grant.
This fact sheet provides a How-To-Apply grant-writing guide for prospective PNs to apply for a planning grant.
This fact sheet detailis PNI's efforts to attract more investment to the initiative. It outlines criteria essential for being a network member.
This fact sheet provides criteria and guidelines for building effective data systems. The authors assert that comprehensive data systems are essential for efficacious PNs to collect and organize data and inform decisionmaking.
This fact sheet provides tips and resources for PNs to effectively approach data . It contains best practices on data collection, sharing, and use of information to document community needs, design solutions, and monitoring progress.
A New Day for Data: How Promise Neighborhoods are transforming lives - For Families Forced Out, a Reason to Return (San Francisco, California)
This data story focuses on a Promise Neighborhood that is using data to transform lives by striving to meet the needs of residents from San Francisco’s gentrifying Mission District even as many are displaced from the neighborhood.