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Collective Impact Coaching Support and Other Resources

Posted 24 days ago at 8:40 pm

Drawing from our field-wide consulting, knowledge, and experience, the Collective Impact Forum – along with partners at the Aspen Institute and FSG – offers tailored coaching services to help you navigate specific challenges such as scoping a common agenda, centering anti-racism, sustaining momentum, and authentically engaging the community.

We provide customized workshops, recurring coaching calls, and review collective impact planning and implementation materials through our coaching and technical assistance to initiatives at all stages of a collective impact initiative lifecycle.

If sounds useful for your own work, you can read more about our coaching services here or in the PDF attached to this post, and contact me at robert.albright@collectiveimpactforum.org to learn more.

 

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Kelly McCaffrey

backbone organization

I'm hoping to learn more about how collective impact partnerships go about grant writing, in a structural and organizational sense, over the long term.  To be specific, if a partnership (with Interlocal Agreement) has typically applied for grants with individual partners as fiscal sponsors of a partnership grant (to then be hosted by that sponsor or managed and dispersed to partners), then in grant applications, does the fiscal sponsor reflect its own organization's budget (income/expense) or do CI Partnerships move towards a budget that reflects the CI Partnership itself (despite such dispersed management, dispersed allocation of funds, and collaboration time largely absorbed in individual budgets)?  And if CI Partnerships move towards a collective budget, examples of that process and perhaps templates?

Submitted by Kelly McCaffrey on Thu, 2020-09-10 11:57