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Monday, September 22, 2014, from 2:00 - 3:00 PM
The third in our series about Collective Impact, this webinar will highlight the various structures and roles that are key to collective impact, including the steering committee, backbone functions and working groups as well as how different actors (funders, implementation agencies, policy makers and the "public”) intersect with these roles. Characteristics, responsibilities and success factors for each role will be discussed and brought to life through a local example from the Baltimore area. There will be time for questions and discussion.

By Celeste Amato, ABAG President for the Baltimore Business Journal
Creating a charitable giving program can be as simple as sitting down and writing out what’s important to you. In the same way that a business plan helps a company stay on course toward its financial goals, a charitable giving program—however informal—can help a business achieve its charitable goals and effectively support the communities it serves. A business giving program is your commitment to causes that are important to you, your business, and your community. Read more ...

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