Facilitating Collective Impact

CCP partners with philanthropic, government and community-based organizations to plan and implement complex community change initiatives and public health campaigns focused on prevention and equity. Our approach combines culturally-relevant engagement, the best practices of applied public health and social science, and a relentless commitment to asset-based collaboration. We bring flexibility, tenacity, care to all of our projects. Our work results in a web of new networks that leverage relationships, resources, and research to achieve sustainable improvements in community health and well-being.

 

  • Providing thought partnership, leadership development and capacity-building for grantees, cohorts, and staff.

  • Serving as a neutral convenor, intermediary, or backbone organization for collective impact efforts.

  • Supporting grant-making through technical support, communications, and community engagement.

  • Coordinating mini-grant distribution, including application, selection and monitoring.

  • Facilitating the development of collaborative governance structures, onboarding processes, sustainability plans, and evaluation.

  • Program planning including research and development of strategic action plans, theories of change, logic models and white papers.

  • Conducting community research and developing community health improvement plans.

  • Managing logistics to support collaborative work and peer learning networks.

Initiative Management
CCP manages two initiatives funded by The California Wellness Foundation to address health issues that disproportionately impact women of color.

The Re-entry Women of Color and Employment initiative seeks to ensure the financial well-being of women of color returning to their communities by increasing access to employment and other forms of sustainable income.
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Center for Collaborative Planning
1540 River Park Drive, Suite 209
Sacramento, CA 95815
916.498.6960
office@connectccp.org

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