[SOURCED] “Two women — masters of listening, empathy and communication — have played integral roles in the Salt Lake region’s daunting mission to end homelessness. Last month, the [Salt Lake] city and county panels came to unanimous consensus to recommend moving from a one-size-fits-all approach to helping the homeless to a plan to build two […]
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[SOURCED] “Intermountain Healthcare played Santa Claus on December 23, 2015 with a gift of $500,000 to Salt Lake County’s efforts to help the homeless. […] A prime reason Intermountain made the gift, said Mikelle Moore, community benefit vice president, is the initiative adopted recently by Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County known as “collective impact,” […]
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[SOURCED] Jerome Ferson, the president of United Way of Olmsted County, takes some time to share a bit about United Way’s plan for 2016-2018, and how this organization is using Collective Impact to provide much-needed resources in an effective way to residents of Olmsted County in Minnesota. Read more by Jerome Ferson at The Post-Bulletin.
[SOURCED] Suzanne Smith continues her review of The Innovators, providing us with some insights into how the roles of sustainability, impact and innovation in the technology revolution have affected the social sector Read her review of The Innovators here at LinkedIn.