STEP FOUR: FRAME
STEP TWO: CONNECT
Foundation leaders like you understand the value of a well-prepared workforce, engaged citizens and vibrant neighborhoods. That’s why you invest generously in programs that best support children, youth, families and communities. However, obtaining desired community-wide impact requires significant investment in systems-level change. And you want to see clear documented results of success.
Empowering Partnerships to Change Outcomes
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