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ARTICLE | When Vibrant Communities Have an Impact

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This article documents how Living SJ and the Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership, two members of Vibrant Communities’ Cities Reducing Poverty network, have made the transition to a Collective Impact approach.  Both communities participated in the recent field-wide study, documented in the When Collective Impact has an Impact evaluation report, on 25 Collective Impact initiatives across North America.

Adam Vasey

By Adam Vasey

Adam is Director of Policy, Learning & Evaluation with the Tamarack Institute's Vibrant Communities team. He is passionate about reducing poverty and building equitable, inclusive communities through policy and systems change. Prior to joining Tamarack, Adam spent eight years as Director of Pathway to Potential, the Windsor-Essex poverty reduction strategy.

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