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  1. 31 May 2017

    GEO Learning Conference 2017

    Despite significant investments in learning and evaluation in recent years, philanthropy continues to struggle to...

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05/24/17
Daniel Bassill
I viewed today's #collectiveimpact session and shared comments on Twitter from my own experiences. Enjoyed comments of Marshall Ganz and hope others will take time to look at the video archive. Among the comments was to encourage organizers to create...
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05/22/17
Tracy Timmons-Gray
Greetings! For those unable to make it to the 2017 Collective Impact Convening this week in Boston, we'll be livestreaming the plenary sessions each day from Tuesday, May 23 through Thursday, May 25. Visit the livestream page on Youtube during...

Learn About the Collective Impact Community and Find Your Role

Sharing what works and what doesn’t so everyone can get better, smarter, faster is what we’re all about. The Collective Impact Forum gives practitioners a place to connect with others who are using the collective impact approach. Join the community to learn from the challenges and successes of others, and to access information vital to advancing your work.

  • Funder of Initiatives

    The Funder Community is a space for funders who support collective impact initiatives. If you would like to join this conversation, your registration must first be approved by the community manager.

  • Backbone Organization

    Individuals who work as dedicated staff for collective impact initiatives connect with peers in the Backbone Community. If you would like to join this community, your registration must first be approved by the community manager.

  • Partner Organization

    This is the place for all collective impact practitioners and those interested in collective impact — from business leaders, to nonprofits, to funders, to people in government, and others — to come together to share challenges, problem-solve, and learn from each other.