Oakland Fund for Children and Youth (OFCY) measures impact at the grantee and strategy level. OFCY engages the firm Public Profit to measure grant making impact for all OFCY funded strategies. The evaluation of school-based afterschool programs is jointly funded with the Oakland Unified School District as part of the City of Oakland's partnership with the school district in support of high quality elementary and middle school afterschool programs for Oakland students.
i. Most recent evaluation reports
2012-2013 OFCY Summer Programs Evaluation Findings Report - Public Profit
2012-2013 OFCY Interim Grantee Evaluation Report - Public Profit
2012-2013 OFCY Youth Evaluation Team Findings Report - Public Profit
2011-12 OFCY Evaluation Findings Executive Summary - Public Profit
2011-12 OFCY Overall Summaries by Strategy - Public Profit
2010-2011 After School Final Evaluation and Report Findings - Public Profit
2010-2011 OFCY Interim After School Evaluation - Public Profit
ii. Archive Reports
2009-2010 OFCY Final Evaluation - See Change
2009-2010 After School Evaluation - Public Profit
iii. Evaluation Videos
Click here for videos to see young people and families talk about their participation in OFCY funded programs.