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You + Collective Impact

How to contribute to high-impact solutions for our collective good

What does collective impact mean to you?

We want to hear from you!

Collective impact arises from all of our combined efforts to tackle societal problems. Share your vision of what collective impact means to you - it can be a story, picture, song, poem, video or whatever your vision entails.  Submit your vision below or use the #visionsofcollectiveimpact and we’ll highlight our favorites on our social media channels/platforms.

Your voice and efforts hold the power to create change and inspire others.

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Join the conversation - Follow along on social media

Stay up to date with our latest projects and activities by following along on social media.  See what we’re working on + talking about and join the conversation as we expand our understanding of gender transformative approaches together. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Volunteer with inclusive organizations

If you have the ability to do so, we encourage you to support organizations that employ gender-transformative approaches that lead to sustainable solutions.  We’d like to highlight the following organizations doing amazing work here, HIPS, CenRID, and URGE.

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Host an event / workshop / panel / etc. together (the possibilities are endless!)

We       being involved in events - as participants, contributors, and facilitators.  Please reach out if there is something coming up that we should know about or if you want to co-design and put on an event together.  We specialize in gender transformative approaches and are excited to be developing some social justice themed mindfulness sessions.

Let's collaborate!

Collective Impact is a hub for collaboration, so we are always looking for opportunities to partner on projects.  If you are interested in co-creating a project together or expanding on something we are already doing, please contact us. We are always looking for more collaborators and consultants to join us.  All ideas are welcome!

Photo taken by Elvia Gómez.
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