Register Now: Webinar Shares Lessons From Family-Centered Community Change

Posted April 5, 2021
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On April 29, 2021, the Annie E. Casey Foun­da­tion will host a webi­nar and pan­el dis­cus­sion focused on its Fam­i­ly-Cen­tered Com­mu­ni­ty Change® (FCCC) effort.

FCCC uti­lized a two-gen­er­a­tion approach — work­ing to pro­vide mean­ing­ful and simul­ta­ne­ous sup­port to par­ents and their kids — in three com­mu­ni­ties with high rates of poverty.

The 75-minute webi­nar, Lessons and Reflec­tions From Fam­i­ly-Cen­tered Com­mu­ni­ty Change, will offer insights from FCCC eval­u­a­tors and com­mu­ni­ty part­ners who pro­vid­ed two-gen­er­a­tion services.

Prac­ti­tion­ers from Buf­fa­lo, New York; Colum­bus, Ohio; and San Anto­nio, Texas, will join eval­u­a­tors from the Urban Insti­tute to describe the FCCC inter­ven­tions that they led. This group will also dis­cuss how two-gen­er­a­tion strate­gies shaped their work and how their goals, approach­es and com­mu­ni­ties evolved dur­ing the initiative.

Reg­is­ter today

What: Lessons and Reflec­tions From Fam­i­ly-Cen­tered Com­mu­ni­ty Change

When: 12 p.m. ET, Thurs­day, April 292021

The mod­er­a­tor is Bur­gun­di Alli­son, pro­gram asso­ciate at the Casey Foundation.

Pan­elists include:

  • Lakeshia Bragg, dual gen­er­a­tion sys­tems direc­tor with the Unit­ed Way of San Anto­nio and Bexar County
  • Cha­sity Edwards, school and com­mu­ni­ty liai­son for the Com­mu­ni­ty Prop­er­ties of Ohio Impact Corporation
  • Kenya Peo­ples, finan­cial coach with Buf­fa­lo Promise Neighborhood
  • Mar­la McDaniel, senior fel­low at the Urban Institute
  • There­sa Ander­son, senior research asso­ciate at the Urban Institute
  • Amelia Cof­fey, research asso­ciate at the Urban Institute

Reg­is­ter for the webinar

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