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Partnership/Collaboration Building

This resource from the Afterschool Alliance provides the do's and don'ts of building relationships with policy makers and also provides a sample thank you note to send after meeting policy makers.<

This article from the National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention describes the tips and processes that the Children's Institute in Rochester, NY uses to educate their

Strengthening and maintaining community partnerships and collaborations can generate vital program support, including expertise, resources, and essential connections within the community.

From Mentor Michigan, this list of resources can provide youth mentoring programs with tools on how to best utilize social networking to support mentors and mentees, recruit new volunteers, and mar

The Dragonfly Effect is a model for how individuals, organizations, and companies can use social media to propel social change.

This case study examines how the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance program in California leverages partnerships to provide financial and other support for their services.

This module from Education Northwest explores effective stategies for developing and nurturing partnerships that contribute to fulfilling their program mission and goals.

The O'Leary and Bingham report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government expands on previous Center reports by adding an important practical tool for managers in networks: how to manage an

This report is a public manager

Given the impact of the economy on non-profit organizations over the last several years, many programs are struggling to keep their doors open.

Making the Most of National Mentoring Month (NMM).

January is National Mentoring Month (NMM).  This webinar addressed:

Video is a powerful way to show your organization's impact and needs, and with a designated "Nonprofit" channel on YouTube, you can promote events, highlight achievements, and create

This report from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) provides guidance on how communities can best address an existing or emerging youth gang problem.

One of the most important parts of asset mapping is to make sure that there is follow up and accountability with potential partners. The Asset Mapping Action Plan allows you to document everyt

This document provides instructions on how to facilitate an Asset Mapping Activity with your staff, board, and volunteers to identify community resources and partners.

This form helps programs determine and prioritize partnership and resource needs.

This tool is designed to help programs identify organizations as potential targets for mentor recruitment.