Collective Impact

There are no simple solutions to life’s complex social problems. Large-scale social problems require coordinated, structured, and collaborative approaches. Collective impact brings diverse organizations together, in a structured way, to achieve social change.

Click below to view a two-minute video from the Collective Impact Forum:

Collective Impact Intro

How Youth Thrive Works to Create the Five Conditions of Collective Impact

Want to learn more about collective impact? Check out these brief webinars created for Youth Thrive by Community Systems Group:


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