2013 Annual Conference Presentation (resources from Pat Melgares and Elaine Edwards)
Impact Reports: EFNEP | SHICK | Wheat Research | Sericea Lespedeza
For any program or service we offer, the following wording can help us write or speak an effective public value statement.
When you support (program name), participants will (learn/do what?), which leads to (outcomes). That will then benefit other community members by (public value).
Also, here's a handout that will outline an easy formula and some tips on developing an effective impact statement.
The following statement helps address the economic return from K-State research.
For every dollar invested in K-State research, Kansas citizens get, on average, a $12 return on that investment.
The following statements are specific to K-State Research and Extension programs. Updates or additional statements will be posted, if available, at www.communications.ksu.edu/marketing.
Expanded Food, Nutrition and Education Program (EFNEP)
A national study found that for every dollar invested in EFNEP, $10.64 is saved in health care costs. A regional project that included Kansas data also showed that for every dollar spent on EFNEP, $8.82 is saved in health care costs.
Kansas Wheat Breeding
From 1977 to 2006, Kansas citizens received an average benefit of $17.60 for every dollar invested in Kansas wheat breeding.
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