A growing number of collaborative planning tables and community-based organizations are using Collective Impact approaches to generate change. The following case studies describe how Collective Impact has been used to tackle a variety of issue areas including reducing poverty, growing diverse leadership engagement, enhancing educational outcomes, increasing community safety and building community capacity.
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Ending Youth Homelessness in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennon & Addington
We are often asked by collaboratives, partners, and other foundations to share case studies of successful initiatives. Everyone is eager to learn from each other so that we can progress as a sector. While most Youth CI collaboratives are still in their planning phase, some Fast Track groups have begun launching key pieces of their Theories of Change. We are excited to share the journey of Ending Youth Homelessness in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFLA). Read more...