Civic and resident engagement strategies to make your work more effective, based on four organization’s experiences.
We partner with Nonprofit VOTE to provide members with resources and support to help their communities get out the vote.
National Family Week is an annual celebration during Thanksgiving. It encourages celebration of strong families and advocates for policies that foster community connections.
Guide for advancing a nonprofit’s goals through advocacy. Provides steps for implementing an advocacy agenda and tips for educating staff, board members, and volunteers.
The call for presentations for the 2014 Neighborhood Revitalization Conference is now open. The conference is presented by the Center for Engagement and Neighborhood Building at the Alliance for Children and Families and theCenter for the Study of Social Policy.
I have expressed this before, but I’ll say it again: If you want to understand authentic patient engagement that achieves positive health outcomes, look no further than a nonprofit community-based, human-serving organization.
Though it came out months ago, a Health Affairs article from February 2013 still rings true today. It discusses patient engagement and mentions that Leonard Kish, a health information technology consultant, called it the “blockbuster drug.”
As the article says, “The challenge is encouraging patients and providers alike to embrace engagement and achieve its full potential to improve health and care.” … more
Alliance Members employ intergenerational approaches
As members of extended families are moving more miles apart and society becomes increasingly age-segregated, human-serving organizations look to intergenerational programming to build relationships and community among generations. … more