WHAT IS COLLECTIVE IMPACT?
To fight institutionalized racism, poor health, and poverty, the social impact sector must institutionalize itself, leveraging every resource in the fight for equity. The full potential of every strata of the community must align with data insights and a shared measurement platform so everyone is working together toward the same goal. The collective achieves that in 5 ways.
A shared vision for what the Cape Fear community could be and understanding a joint approach is the best way to solve it.
Align organizations across a shared measurement platform, providing a transparent data infrastructure that allows nonprofits and service organizations to more accurately see the community and focus their work.
MUTUALLY REINFORCING ACTIVITIES.
With a common vision and shared way to measure our progress, we can amplify our efforts and programming through increased alignment.
The social sector is an ever evolving and dynamic environment. It requires organizations to move as fast as the world around them.
A STRONG BACKBONE.
An organizational ecosystem that is equitable and safe for all participants along with a dedicated team of orchestrators to drive the work for decades to come.
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT COLLECTIVE IMPACT?
Click the “Learn More” link below to go to the Collective Impact Forum website, a great resource for all things collective impact.