How to maximize the collective caring power of your community

August 8, 2018 Published by

Addressing the Challenges of Poverty national conference presentation spotlight

Learn how thousands of helping agencies (nonprofits, churches, food banks, hospitals, and more) in more than 1,200 cities are discovering new and exciting ways to combat poverty, hunger, homelessness, and health disparities. Working together and using care networking technology, they are better able to measure outcomes and impact to discover what works and what doesn’t.

Helping agencies are more effective because communitywide data enable them to make better-informed decisions for allocating limited resources where they are most needed.

Learning objectives include:

  • How care networking can sustain and advance your organization’s mission
  • How to develop a more comprehensive (holistic) approach in transforming people’s lives
  • How helping agencies have increased funding and have become more resourceful

Target audience: New to aha! Process strategies, Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World, Bridges Out of Poverty, Staying Ahead

Presenters: Mike Simon, president, Joey Yarber, community impact specialist, Simon Solutions, Florence, Alabama

Time/Location: Monday, September 24, Addressing the Challenges of Poverty national conference, Atlanta, Georgia

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