The First Social Investment Zone: Census Tracts 18 and 20 in Allentown The Pool Institute for Health is taking a place-based, community development approach to improving the whole-health of the residents in our communities over the long-term.
Community Development TIG Week: Using Evaluation and Data to Catalyze Community Capacity, not Protect Power
Ron Dendas and Samantha Shaak from the LPPIH team co-authored a blog post for the American Evaluation Association with colleagues from the TCC Group. The blog focuses on readiness to engage in cross-sector community change efforts and the use of evaluation and data to catalyze community capacity. Read the full blog post here.
In an effort to give voice to the unsaid, lend an ear to the unheard, and strengthen partnerships across sectors, The BUILD Health Challenge® (BUILD) hosted a conversation between awardee representatives (from all three BUILD cohorts) and funder representatives (from the third cohort and upcoming fourth cohort) during our recent All BUILD convening