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Strategic Framework 2018-2023

By: Sarah Moore | May 17th, 2018

Our 2018-2023 Strategic Framework is concise, transparent, and flexible. It keeps equity at the forefront, describes our guiding principles, and refines four focus areas of our work. We look forward to connecting with partners around our common goals and invite you to ask us questions and challenge our thinking.

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4.24.19

Pushing Aside the Rural-Urban Divide

The heightened state of distrust between urban and rural communities has made it more difficult to recognize that there is an inherent interdependence between them. Philanthropy is uniquely positioned to offer an intentional approach to rural inclusion, as well as a new rural–urban narrative, that doesn’t increase division.

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4.18.19

The Planning Sector Has an Inequity Problem

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4.11.19

Insights from the Intersection of Planning and Public Health

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3.27.19

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Inequity

Whether we look at health outcomes through the lens of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, social determinants of health, or any other framework for sorting society’s systems, a common thread of historic—and too often, current—racial discrimination runs through them.

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3.21.19

Communities Building Housing—and Hope

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3.13.19

A Conversation about Equity, Health, and Housing with Sarah Norman of NeighborWorks

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3.11.19

The Housing Trends Harming Community Health

and the leaders who are doing something about it

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2.27.19

How to Design a Self-Sustaining, Comprehensive Healthcare System

With the right supports in place, we can create a flywheel effect to improve health and wellbeing for everyone.

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2.20.19

Clinic-Community Partnerships Shift Power to Patients

Community-centered health initiatives offer a sustainable and effective approach to creating healthy, equitable communities where all people can reach their full potential.

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2.13.19

Transforming Health Systems: A Conversation with Kathy Colville

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2.8.19

America’s Health Care Emergency

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12.18.18

Our First Year as Healthy Places by Design

Why we changed our name, re-charted our path, and questioned our core values

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