Funding the Long Game in Collective Impact Webinar

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One of the challenges many collective impact efforts face is having financial support over a long enough period to make real progress on their stated results.

Join us for this discussion with the Advancing Healthier Wisconsin Endowment at the Medical College of Wisconsin about a promising approach to philanthropic support and partnership for collective impact efforts.

We hear about the Endowment’s funding model where they have made substantial eight-year-long investments in ten collective impact efforts coupled with extensive technical and capacity-building support. Join us as we learn how they developed their funding approach. what they have learned so far with their partners, and why making a long-term commitment was so important for their work.

Materials: You can download a copy of the presentation as well as reference materials at the links on the right of this page.

Presenters:

Christina Ellis, Program Director – HWPP, Advancing Healthier Wisconsin Endowment
Tim Meister, Program Manager – Population & Community Health Pathway, Advancing Healthier Wisconsin Endowment
Paul Schmitz, Senior Advisor, Collective Impact Forum, and CEO, Leading Inside Out

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This webinar dives deeper into the insights discussed in the brief “Funding the Long Game in Collective Impact.” In this brief, you can read more about Advancing Healthier Wisconsin Endowment’s progress and approach.

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