Winter is here; if you haven’t planned for it with your collaborative, now is the time. Use these three questions as a framework for a discussion with your collaborative.
Tracking collaborative outcomes is hard, and the barriers are complex and persistent. Here are some solutions employed by four NVI local partners.
BWF’s Charitable Investment Program is accepting grant proposals until December 21st. Learn more in this guest blog from BWF’s Dr. Margaret Harrell.
Kim Carpenter Drake channels her 25 years of nonprofit leadership and a specialty in collective impact into these four pieces of advice for those collaborating for impact in the lives of veterans.
When local government officials come to the table with veteran collaboratives, both the veterans and the community benefit. From our network of local partners, we’ve identified a couple of excellent examples worth sharing.
Help us turn hashtags into funding for innovative veteran programs with #SalutetoService. Use the hashtag on Twitter from November 1-19; each use results in a $5 donation—$25 on Veterans Day—to select veteran organizations, including our sponsor, the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
ICYMI: This October, we hosted 16 collaborative leaders from around the country at the 2018 Champions for Change: Leading a Backbone Organization for Collective Impact convening. Here’s what the NVI scholarship cohort was up to during the conference.
46% of our local partners rely on in-person meetings to communicate with participants. While effective for building trust and partnerships, in-person meetings can be inefficient. Here are six technologies to keep your collaborative connected between meetings.
Integrating technology into your collaborative is crucial to collecting data, measuring progress, and tracking outcomes effectively. Here are three options used successfully by veteran collaboratives across the country.
Fill out and submit the form to get a group tour of USS Oak Hill when it docks at Homeport Pier on Staten Island, NY.