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The Power Of Partnerships: How Community Organizations Collaborate To Create Change

Non-profit organizations across the country work every day to improve their communities in inspiring and innovative ways, but large scale progress does not happen in a vacuum. It requires communication and collaboration among networks of partners, pooling resources and innovating together. It requires establishing clear and aligned objectives and creating programs that complement one another to create significant change.
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