Mayor Michael Passero writes about the impact of the city of New London's partnership with FFI. Together, we're shifting how leaders and residents see their roles in building a city where everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing.
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.
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.
Learn how to design procurement to focus on equitable access to wellbeing so that you can direct funds to bidders who are doing transformational work.
How effectively is your organization centering community? Use this tool with the Community Bill of Rights to guide conversations around what is or isn't being done to center community in your organization.
This toolkit provides guidance for the philanthropic community and other stakeholders interested in supporting long-term, sustainable change for people living at the intersection of poverty, violence, trauma and oppression.
Communities, organizations and individuals across the country are already advancing structural change so everyone has a fair shot. The Wellbeing in Action map captures innovations and examples by location, issue area and Wellbeing Blueprint principles.
A report from Frameworks Institute synthesizes the complex body of research around existing poverty narratives and counter-narratives, with practical advice about how to use narratives to create better stories—and, ultimately, to create social change.
Learn how changing procurement processes within governments can help us tackle systemic inequities and shift how funding reaches communities who are doing transformational work.
Our toolkit provides guidance for making procurement processes more equitable, and tangible tools for practical use such as score guides and questions for bidders.
Full Frame Initiative partnered with community leaders to develop the Community Bill of Rights. This resource serves as a guide for government systems, philanthropy and nonprofits to center community, shift power and heal systemic harms.
Philanthropy is a field created through the accumulation of power and money. Like so many fields — and so many of us — it needs to be healed as it helps heal. Is this possible? Is there even an alternative?