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March 20, 2012 (11:00–noon PT, 2:00–3:00pm ET, 7:00–8:00pm CET): Join Us for a Stanford Social Innovation Review & FSG Webinar, "Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work." Learn more about implementing collective impact and hear real stories of collective impact success. SSIR editor Eric Nee will moderate conversation with FSG's John Kania, Communities that Care Coalition's Kat Allen, and GAIN CEO Marc Van Ameringen.

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012 - 9:25pm

(3BL Media) March 6, 2012 - In the winter 2011 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review, FSG’s John Kania and Mark Kramer introduced the concept of “collective impact” by describing several examples of highly structured collaborative efforts that had achieved substantial impact on a large scale social problem. Response to that article was overwhelming. Since then, hundreds of organizations and individuals from every continent in the world, including the White House, have reached out to FSG to describe their efforts to use collective impact and to ask for guidance on how to implement these principles.

Learn more about implementing collective impact, and hear real stories of collective impact success, drawn from FSG’s follow up article published by SSIR in January, “Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work.” Join SSIR editor Eric Nee as he moderates a conversation with FSG’s John Kania, and the leaders of two organizations that have successfully used the collective impact principles: Kat Allen (co-chair, Communities that Care Coalition of Franklin County and the North Quabbin); and Marc Van Ameringen (CEO, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)). Expect a lively dialogue with time for audience Q&A and debate.

This webinar is recommended for foundation, nonprofit, social entrepreneur, government, and corporate professionals who are interested in learning about a new and effective approach for social change. Please tweet along with us using the hashtag #collectiveimpact.

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About FSG:
FSG is a nonprofit consulting firm specializing in research, strategy, and evaluation, founded in 2000 as Foundation Strategy Group. Today, FSG works across all sectors in every region of the globe –partnering with foundations, corporations, nonprofits, and governments – to develop more effective solutions to the world's most challenging issues. FSG helps organizations, individually and collectively, achieve social impact by discovering better ways to solve social problems. For more information on FSG, visit us online at www.fsg.org

About Stanford Social Innovation Review:
Stanford Social Innovation Review is an award-winning magazine and website that covers cross-sector solutions to global problems. SSIR is written for and by social change leaders in the nonprofit, business, and government sectors who view collaboration as key to solving environmental, social, and economic justice issues. Published at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, SSIRbridges academic theory and practice with ideas about achieving social change. SSIR covers a wide range of subjects, from microfinance and green businesses to social networks and human rights. Its aim is both to inform and to inspire. Learn more at www.ssireview.org

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Carrie Benjamin
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