It takes strong and dynamic leaders to change the culture of organizations and systems to achieve better results; often, even that, is not enough. If kids are to grow up healthier and better off, collaboration and action must reach a new level — with data driving decisions toward concrete goals. For 25 years, Casey has used Results Count™ to help leaders in the social and public sectors achieve better outcomes for children and families, supporting initiatives that help children get ready for school, reduce reliance on juvenile detention and incarceration and help more young people grow up in families.
In a major step to boost the reach of Results Count, the Casey Foundation selected seven organizations to work with the Foundation for three years as hubs that will expand the use of Results Count throughout the social sector in 2019. The goal: to increase the number of leaders who take a results-oriented approach to accelerate measurable and equitable improvements in outcomes for children and families in communities across the country.