Impact Connections will serve nonprofit charities and non-governmental organizations,by increasing public awareness, public understanding and, most importantly, public engagement in issues and projects that are at the very core of the service missions of these organizations.
Impact Connections will serve informal educational organizations such as museums, zoos, science centers, and historic societies, by expanding public involvement in powerful mission-centered programs that address issues of public interest and concern and that deeply engage both traditional and new audiences.
Impact Connections will serve formal educational organizations by ensuring that students can participate directly in projects that bring to life what they learn in school.
Impact Connections will serve individuals, families, groups, and communitiesof all sizes and of all types, by providing opportunities for people to connect deeply with each other and with their world to make a positive difference.
Impact Connections will serve foundations and philanthropists by expanding both the reach and the impact of the programs they fund, often at little or no additional cost.
Impact Connections will serve the world by choosing projects that:
·Make a positive difference that matters – now, today.
·Directly engage the public in making this difference.
·Grow public understanding, ownership and participation in the challenges and issues facing our time.
·Help nonprofits and those that support them achieve more, for more people, at a lower unit cost.
·Initiate and nurture powerful connections between people and between organizations at the local, regional, national and global levels.
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