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.
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