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    • Monday, February 25, 2013, 10am

Request for Proposals: Partnering for Impact

Request for Proposals: Partnering for Impact

In June 2013, The Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center, Hester Street Collaborative, and the Center for Urban Pedagogy will host a day-long conference, Partnering for Impact: Innovative Collaborations for Effective Organizing, to share tools and best practices for innovative collaborations between resource groups and grassroots community organizations. The conference, to be held in New York City, will include panel discussions and hands-on workshops, and conclude with a reception and exhibition of example projects.

The exhibit will highlight the work of innovative collaborations for funders, community members, conference attendees and others. The organizations that are selected to display their projects will be provided with a $100 stipend as well as technical and design assistance to create a poster that they will display at the exhibition. The posters will include images and descriptions of the collaboration, and will be compiled into a booklet, which will be distributed online and in hard copy to those that attend the exhibit, as well as funders, media, community groups and resource organizations.

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if you have questions about the Partnering for Impact conference or RFP, please contact Ben Palmquist at bpalmquist@urbanjustice.org or (347) 450-9220.

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