We deeply believe that the lessons we learn from our successes and from our failures are equally valuable. We want this to be a place of learning for other communities and organizations across the country.
We also engage with Philanthropy and Federal agencies from a place of mutual learning. We challenge the status quo by believing that we come to the table with strategies to learn from that can be shared nationally. This has helped to inform policy makers, philanthropic strategies, and community development strategies.
Here are some examples of Shared Learnings: