Brief Taking Promise Neighborhoods to the State Level
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Lessons from California and Minnesota
Alyse D. Oneto, Megan Gallagher
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Expanding and sustaining the Promise Neighborhood model requires more than place-based, data-driven programming. This brief highlights Promise Neighborhood grantees that are developing partnerships to extend their impact beyond their neighborhoods to the state level. We explore how partnerships in California and Minnesota have established shared goals, invested their time and resources to achieve their goals, and engaged with new stakeholders to build a broader coalition.

Research Areas Education Nonprofits and philanthropy Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Children and youth Social safety net Taxes and budgets
Policy Centers Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center