CONNECTING FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT
At Pillar Nonprofit Network, we believe leveraging the collective power of networks is the best way to create positive impact in our communities. When the three pillars of nonprofit, business and government come together to share resources, exchange knowledge and create meaningful connections, we can build an engaged, inclusive and vibrant community. The Network Approach shares our evolution as a place-based and impact-focused network as well as our promising practices using the network building principles that guide us.
How do you build a network?
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
EQUITY AND INCLUSION
STORYTELLING AND IMPACT
The History of Pillar Nonprofit Network
The History of Innovation Works
The History of VERGE Capital
Heart-centered leadership lessons: Michelle Baldwin reflects on building relationships, trust and a network of impact
Michelle Baldwin, a visionary leader, purpose-driven community connector, mentor and change-maker, has stood at the helm of Pillar Nonprofit Network for over 14 years and even before that was engaged as a founding volunteer. During that time, Michelle ignited countless projects and community collaborations that have had a positive social impact in our community and
Pillar’s Director of Equity, Inclusion & Governance, Dharshi Lacey, shares what she has learned so far about how we can best support the local Black community in the ongoing fight against oppression and racism. In the middle of a global pandemic, we watched and could not look away as George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis,
By Eaman Fahmy, Inclusive Program Designer, Pillar Nonprofit Networ | ALLY acronym attributed to Kayla Reed on Twitter At this tipping point in history, those of us who possess power and privilege are being called upon to act. But before action, we must first pause and reflect. We must reflect upon how we operate at the