Grantee and Applicant Perception Report
THE GOLD STANDARD IN FEEDBACK
Partner with CEP to bring the candid perspectives of your grantees to the table.
Through an easy-to-implement, confidential online survey, the GPR allows funders to learn from actionable insights based on truly candid and reliable grantee feedback.
The GPR is the only grantee survey that puts your results in a comparative context with your peers. That’s the CEP difference.
Survey themes include:
Learn from Declined Applicants
For funders with open or competitive application processes, using the GPR in tandem with CEP’s Applicant Perception Report (APR) allows you to gain a comprehensive understanding of grantees’ and declined applicants’ experiences with your interactions and processes.
GPR IN ACTION
The Barr Foundation discusses the lessons they learned from their grantee survey and focus groups, and how they’re responding.
The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation communicates their GPR findings back to grantees.
San Francisco Foundation shares how they’re using grantee, applicant, and donor feedback to strengthen their effectiveness.
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation sets standards for the grantee experience using feedback from the GPR.
The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation
The [GPR] process provides [grantees] with an opportunity to give feedback to the Foundation in a confidential manner. The Foundation has completed the GPR twice. The first round established baselines and identified areas for improvement. The second round showed where our improvement efforts paid off.
National Geographic Society
Huge thanks for an outstanding presentation and analysis of the survey results. The whole process and results really exceeded my expectations. There is tremendous interest in the results and lots of great momentum. Thank you for all your hard work.
Sr. Director, Research and Evaluation
New York State Health Foundation
CEP’s stakeholder and grantee survey results are key inputs for the scorecard we use to track our organization’s progress against our goals. CEP has taken the time to understand our organization, our strategy and our audiences and is an invaluable partner to the New York State Health Foundation.
Sr. Director, Communications
Greater Twin Cities United Way
In the greater Twin Cities, the relationship between United Way with our funded partners is an absolutely key to our mission of creating pathways out of poverty. The GPR provides an opportunity for our grantees to give us candid, anonymous feedback [and] launched us into refreshing our strategy and process. We know that we can vastly improve the experience for our funded partners, while deepening our impact in the community.
Senior Vice President, Community Impact