Over the years, impacts of our work span across:
Geographies (urban, suburban, rural, coastal)
Missions (environment, social services, faith-based, education, arts, housing, community development, and social, racial, environmental and food justice)
Ethnicities & Cultures
Generations, Abilities, Genders & Languages
These outcomes have impact for people at the individual, organizational, and community levels, many with broad community benefit.
Over ten years, we have developed extensive multi-racial, cross-sector relationships.
We have gathered community organizers; residents; faith-based leaders; small business owners; and nonprofit, philanthropic, and government decision-makers in conversation together — resulting in access to wide and deep networks of people across all facets of community life.
Featured Impact Stories
Our Atlantic City Call to Collaboration sparked the question, “Could we create a new philanthropic fund, led by the people of Atlantic City for the
Hammonton’s Call to Collaboration (C2C) helped foster cross-cultural connections while also sparking the meteoric rise of a local Latina nonprofit leader. During Hammonton’s C2C in
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Much has been experienced and written about in the past
Blog by Jeremy Johnson, Executive Director of Newark Arts. Jeremy
Catalyzing Connection: Paterson’s Bangladeshi Community Arts & Culture Exhibit Opens the Door to Cultural Understanding and Exchange
Blog by S. Nadia Hussain, Co-Founder of the Bangladeshi-American Women’s
Atlantic City residents, nonprofits, and community organizations are invited to
Our Atlantic City Call to Collaboration sparked the question, “Could