Achieving Impact Through An Ecosystem Model

Too often we view our work and funding from a scarcity mindset where we view other NGOs as competition. What if we could adopt an abundance mindset, where NGOs can assess the needs of their community and then work together to meet those needs under a shared vision? What if we could create the space and conditions for shared innovation? In this session, we will explore how the NGO sector can work together to achieve better impacts, increase the level of funding available to them, and pool resources. This session draws from Community Centric Fundraising, the for-profit start-up community, opinion research and strategic planning and fundraising best practices to explore ways that NGOs can work together as a single ecosystem.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explore how to assess the needs of your community,
  • Explore how to work towards a shared vision,
  • Explore how to build a vibrant ecosystem of shared resources.

Who should attend:

  • Executive Directors,
  • Board members,
  • Senior team members,
  • Fundraisers.

Rethinking strategy
Location: Date: 14 October 2021 Time: - Robert C. Osborne, Jr.
The Osborne Group (US)