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What Anchor Institutions Can Do by Working Together

Anchor collaboratives are stronger and can accomplish goals that once seemed out of reach by combining efforts and resources. However, forming an anchor collaboration isn’t automatic; it takes effort and time to get institutions to see their common interests and potential alignment. The article discusses some ways it can work.

Publication date: 2018-10-21
Parent publication: Shelterforce
Publication URL: What Anchor Institutions Can Do by Working Together

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