Considering the Collective Impact Model? Where to Look, What to Ask

Here are a few places to turn to when seeking partners for a collective:

State and Community Partnerships Identify community organizations and those focused on systems change.

Support and Intermediary Organizations Develop relationships with grassroots organizations and universities that can help with research and offer skills and professional development for partners.

Grantmakers They can help build on the success of the collective by using requests for proposals to bring people together for a common purpose.

Once you’ve identified partners, here are a few questions to ask:

How can these groups work together most effectively?

What roles and responsibilities of each, when combined, will help make your communities healthier places to live?

Additional Collective Impact Resources

Collaboration for Impact: http://www.collaborationforimpact.com

Collective Impact Forum: https://www.collectiveimpactforum.org

FSG Reimagining Social Change: http://www.fsg.org

 

Sources:

Collaboration for Impact: http://www.collaborationforimpact.com

Collective Impact Forum: https://www.collectiveimpactforum.org

FSG Reimagining Social Change: http://www.fsg.org

 

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