The Fund for Shared Insight invited the Full Frame Initiative to share the Community Bill of Rights and Centering Community Self-Assessment Tool as integral resources for philanthropic organizations.
Traditional community engagement tools like surveys and focus groups can unintentionally harm communities. It's time to shift from community engagement to centering community. Watch our video to learn how.
Watch the recording of our conversation with Wellbeing Blueprint signer Elka Gotfryd,
Not everyone in our country has equal access to our democracy, or to our democratic processes. Learn how designing for wellbeing can help support democracy in your community.
Michael Passero, Mayor of New London, Connecticut and Lotus Yu, Senior Manager of Engagement and Partnerships at the Full Frame Initiative share how the City of New London leveraged the government procurement process to distribute funds for transformative change that centers wellbeing and equity.
The proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) and accelerated use in our day-to-day work and lives requires a moment of reflection. Read our positions statement on AI and how we're adapting our work in response.
The way our country values people and places relies uniquely on financial capital as the instrument for measure and repair. We're advocating for a new economic framework that looks beyond financial capital and instead at wellbeing.
Assess your progress in implementing wellbeing design principles and get an idea of where to go next in your efforts to create equitable access to wellbeing.
Learn about how organizations design programs and initiatives with wellbeing at the center, how they work past barriers, and what this approach has unlocked for themselves and their communities.
Infrastructure investments aren’t neutral. Imagine a future where people’s wellbeing is the starting place for how decisions are made about what, where, when and even whether we build. Our new tool is a step towards that future.
We participated in an important conversation that explored how investing in the built environment can be used as a lever for decriminalizing mental illness, increasing public safety, enhancing civic participation, addressing inequities and improving public health
Are you interested in taking your systems change work to the next level? Join our Wellbeing Design Challenge to practice designing projects, initiatives and policy recommendations that create equitable access to wellbeing.