Look For: An agenda that is defined and governed by community residents. This is an essential ingredient, one that differentiates a grassroots group from a
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Setting the Stage for Learning: Grantee Reports that Actually Mean Something (to the Funder AND the the Grantee) Some General Reminders for Funders: The quality
The Top 3 Considerations Are people from the neighborhood intrinsically involved with the conceptual and creative aspects of the project? Is the process of doing the
Moving from the Judger to the Learner Mindset From Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 7 Powerful Tools for Life and Work by Marilee Adams, Ph.D.
The Promise and Opportunity of Neighborhood Democracy: Lessons from the Intersection of Government and Community
A report on the “Governance at the Neighborhood Level” meeting organized by Grassroots Grantmakers and the Deliberative Democracy Consortium,with assistance from the National League of