As the idea of collective impact continues to gain traction, more and more organizations in communities across the country are coming together to develop initiatives with the hopes of tackling their most complex social issues from obesity to substance abuse to workforce development. While no two communities or initiatives are identical, we’ve found that stories of what works—and what doesn’t—are some of the best learning tools. Here are 8 new case studies to help collective impact practitioners learn from others:
- Communities that Care
- E3 Alliance
- Memphis Fast Forward
- Opportunity Chicago
- Partners for a Competitive Workforce
- The Road Map Project
- Shape Up Somerville
- Vibrant Communities
FSG and the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions are working together to develop an online forum and community of practice that will bring together practitioners and funders across regions, sectors, and issue areas to share their knowledge and expertise on collective impact.
As we build this community, we want to know what resources would be most helpful to you, and how you’d be most likely to access these resources. Your responses in this brief survey will help us ensure that the website will meet the community’s needs.
Click here to take the survey by October 8, 2013 – we can’t wait to hear from you!