This issue of Casey Connects features three distinctive conferences highlighting Making Connections and the ever-expanding network of critical Casey partnerships. It explores local data collection, emergent consultant roles and revolutionary welfare reforms. A smaller story presents recommended resources. 

April 1, 2001

Casey Connects

In This Report, You’ll Learn

  1. 1

    Why data is critical to community change.

  2. 2

    How agencies and philanthropies are finding common ground around welfare reform.

  3. 3

    How to build community change momentum at the neighborhood level.

  4. 4

    Why local partnerships are the cornerstone of Making Connections.

Key Takeaway

Neighborhood-level data is critical for community change

The data agenda in Making Connections is driven by the fundamental Casey tenet that neighborhoods need to be able to produce, interpret and use data effectively to both understand and influence the forces that shape their destinies.

Findings & Stats

Statements & Quotations