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Collective Impact: Focusing on the what and how of the framework London

Ontario Trillium Foundation

Friday, 3 November 2017 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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In collaboration with the Tamarack Institute, the Ontario Trillium Foundation is hosting a free workshop in London to discuss the promises and challenges of using the Collective Impact approach. The goal of the OTF Collective Impact investment stream is to solve complex problems in Ontario’s communities as an active partner in supporting initiatives across the province. Tamarack is one of Canada's leading organizations providing people with knowledge and resources to collaborate, co-generate knowledge and achieve collective impact on complex community issues. The workshop introduces the framework, examples of communities implementing the framework, and early application tools and the OTF approach to investing in collective impact.  It has been designed to dive deeper into the specific issues your community is working to address.

Together, OTF and Tamarack will host a day-long session:

  • 9:00 a.m. Registration
  • 9:30 a.m. Workshop starts
  • 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch (provided)
  • 3:30 p.m. Workshop ends

The objectives of the sessions are to:

  • Introduce and create a shared understanding of what Collective Impact is and is not
  • Highlight the shifts in thinking required to successfully implement Collective Impact
  • Connect participants to one another and explore synergies
  • Support participants to assess the opportunity for Collective Impact to advance their work
  • Opportunity to assess the fit and readiness for your idea for the OTF Collective Impact grant stream
  • Explore the issues of Mental Health and Environment in London. According to My Sister’s Place in London, 9/10 of the women who visit the shelter have a mental illness and almost half have an addiction. As a region with a higher concentration of large industries, it is not surprising that there are greater environmental risks. The region has the highest levels of smog in the province, it is responsible for more than half of Ontario’s total greenhouse gas emissions (58%) and it has the lowest waste diversion rates (43.2%)

Who should attend?

The workshops are intended for community groups that:

  • Desire new ways to lead, engage and transform their community
  • Want to learn about Collective Impact and how to work within a collaborative team
  • Are contemplating the start-up or renewal of a collaborative initiative
  • Are key supporter of community engagement and collaboration including NGOs, businesses, funders and national, provincial or local government
  • Want to know more about the funding support that OTF provides for Collective Impact practitioners

How can you attend?

You can register by clicking register on this page. Seats are limited. Please RSVP! 

For your information, the venue for this workshop is fully accessible. 

If you have any dietary restrictions, please register one week prior to the workshop.

Please contact Chelsea at 1 800 263 2887 Ex. 303 or if you have any questions.

Look forward to seeing you!

Have questions about Collective Impact: Focusing on the what and how of the framework London? Contact Ontario Trillium Foundation

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BMO Centre
295 Rectory Street
London, Ontario N5Z 0A3

Friday, 3 November 2017 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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