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Join us in Hamilton from June 8th – 10th, 2015 at our dynamic, interactive national gathering as we think and act together and advance the discipline of neighbourhood-building that is at the centre of a desired shift in our collective thinking.
The recent surge of interest and resources around collective impact principles has highlighted an important concern and challenge for many practitioners: Where does the community fit in?
Join us for an exclusive learning experience that will bring you the most current thinking and resources from the emerging field of Collective Impact! This event is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic group of practitioners who are discovering new ways to lead, engage, and transform communities by tackling our most complex issues.
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This is a multi-sectoral community collaborative project, coordinated through the United Way and the City of Kingston. Working Groups in the strategic focus areas will report to a Poverty Reduction Group. The initiative began in 2011 and continues to focus on developing action plans and evaluation processes.
We are a new alliance in Leeds & Grenville Ontario. We are convened by the United Way, United Counties and the Health Unit. We have recently completed a theory of change and are establishing a poverty reduction roundtable. We are focused on Health Security, Income Security, Food Security and Housing Security.
Central Alberta Poverty Reduction Alliance (CAPRA) is a grassroots group of individuals interested in inspiring change! We have been working together since 2010.
The Tackling Poverty in Hamilton initiative is built on bringing people from many different walks of life together to address Hamilton’s most pressing problem.
Hamilton has committed to a collaborative approach because no one sector has the solutions; no one group can tackle poverty alone.