What the Past, Present, and Future of Freedmen’s Town Can Teach Us About Equity
Zion Escobar shares how the Houston Freedmen's Town, the city's oldest black settlement, is undergoing a rebirth and requires equitable partnerships for sustained success.
Skills for Cities: Taking Action for Climate Justice and Racial Equity
Common Impact’s Fall 2022 Skills for Cities event – held during National Pro Bono Week – connected corporate volunteers with leading nonprofits focused on climate justice, racial equity, and sustainability to find solutions to their most pressing capacity-building challenges. An…
One World, One Justice: Cross-Sector Solutions for Environmental & Racial Justice
At Skills for Cities Fall 2022, Common Impact hosted a Community Conversation on the intersection of climate change and racial inequity, exploring how water contamination, food insecurity, and other climate issues have disproportionately affected communities of color.
Skills for Cities: Bringing the Power of Pro Bono to North Carolina
Common Impact’s Spring 2022 Skills for Cities event – held during National Volunteer Week – was dedicated to strengthening nonprofit organizations across North Carolina. As the demand for their vital services increased during the pandemic, so did their needs for…
The Changing Face of Social Impact Leadership
A discussion on the changing face of community leadership and the value of collaboration, cross-sector partnerships, and capacity building.
The Business Case for Skills-Based Volunteering
Skills-based volunteering generates wins across social impact, talent development, employee engagement, recruitment & retention, and more.