Good news, busy collaborative leaders: If you’ve got a commute, you’ve got time to continue your professional development. Take a look at some podcasts to refresh your perspective on the struggles and strengths of the people you serve.
Make 2019 your collaborative’s best year with these three intentions.
Moldy apartments, suspended drivers licenses, income-based child support adjustments, food insecurity...what do they have in common? They’re all potentially health-harming legal needs that the medical-legal partnership model for social services works to address. Learn more...
Capitalize on your supporters’ shopping habits with these three microdonation programs.
The Greater Portland chapter of the Maine Military and Community Network has been collaborating for nearly 11 years. Here’s a look inside one of their meetings, where they ask themselves: Are the right folks at the table?
Globally marketable skills and an enriched professional network: find out what these free veteran employment resources can offer to veterans in your community.
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.