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Win-Win with Collaborative Crowdfunding


  “Too many organizations are working in isolation from one another. Collective Impact brings people together, in a structured way, to achieve social change.” source/info: collectiveimpactforum.org/what-collective-impact PLEASE SHARE:by

What Exactly is “Collective Impact”? [video]


In Place Impact runs a free community entrepreneurship and business class that is open to all Charleston (and surrounding area) residents interested in making a profit while making a difference in their community. The first class is September 6th, 2017 at 7pm and it runs for 12 weeks. The class teaches […]

Free Impact Entrepreneurship Class for Lowcountry Innovators



Many thanks to those of you who came to the Palmetto Brewery Company last Thursday! We will continue to meet the next 2 Thursdays from 4-6pm at 289 Huger St in the neck of Charleston. Come out and join us! This is a collaborative community building effort to get organizations […]

T2T Project: Litter Brigade at Palmetto Brewery


What if we could get groups to work together in a way that taught a full system approach to clean up communities, inspire entrepreneurship, and connect businesses to local people  by turning trash into treasure? Imagine young people with their mentors, picking up trash in the streets as they walk […]

T2T Trash to Treasure concept


COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITY BUILDING: REDUCE REDUNDANCY and INCREASE IMPACT (Part 4) Building a Team: people, skills, talent, trust, confidence,  motivation,  communication Another key ingredient for successful collaborations is a competent team.  No secret here.  This is a simple formula that is true for any organization.  Things go a lot smoother when […]

COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITY BUILDING: REDUCE REDUNDANCY and INCREASE IMPACT (Part 4)