Since 2008, we have refined the vision for bridging faith and supportive ecosystems for greater social impact.
In 2008, we had a vision…
In 2018, we published “Fishing Differently”…
is a significant, positive change that addresses a pressing social challenge. Creating social impact is the result of a deliberate set of activities with a goal matching this definition.
- Providing relief for distressed communities
- Alieviating human suffering
- Maximizing human potential
- Solving social problems via social reform
- Building community via civic engagement
We are creating ecosystems for social impact
We tie congregations and communities to the ecosystem that allows that to maximize social impact. Many communities struggle to have social impact as a result of environmental and economic shifts in the communities and ecosystems they serve. Indicators of these threats frequently appear in the form of changing local demographics, gentrification, aging physical facilities, and resource challenges.
Ecosystems are in development in Atlanta/Southeast, Chicago, Washington, DC, and Raleigh-Durham, NC.
Interested in learning more about these initiatives, or starting one in your region?