Mapping Community Resources

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Today, Community Partners are building tremendous momentum as we expand in California and develop a social enterprise model that can be scaled to communities all across Urban America. To tell stories like this locally, that impact families and in turn sustain our lifestyle over years if not decades.

Companies that...

1. Treat their employees well including living wages.
2. That communicate a sense of good purpose.
3. Strive to protect the environment.
4. Promote healthy living.
5. Are good citizens of their communities.
6. Give back to society in one form or another.
7. Have in place a voluntary internal audit system to ensure they are paying women equal pay for equal work and performance.
8. Invest in their people supporting life long learning

We are now open for business in San Francisco, working with partners across the state and nation, and attracting new resources to get the work done.

Members Must:

Convene at least three leaders in the community and document commitments from the meeting
Submit a completed Community Blueprint Community Entry Form
Submit signed Community Blueprint MOUs for each Convening Organization
Agree to implement at least two of the IMPACT AREA COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS in year one of membership.
Agree to expand into at least one other IMPACT AREA in year two of membership
Agree to fill out yearly bi-annual Metrics Sheet and the CBC End of Year Survey

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Review of Key deliverable's

Meeting One

DEVELOPMENT OF CONCEPTS AND METHODS | Johnny Clarke
DISSEMINATION OF Final DATA | SBA Section (8a) Programs
ESTABLISHMENT OF REVIEW PROCEDURES | Key Roles and Responsibilities | Johnny Clarke
ANALYSIS OF DATA/PRODUCTION OF ESTIMATES OR PROJECTIONS |
PROCESSING AND EDITING OF DATA | What is SROI? |
COLLECTION OF DATA | Team Members | Housing, Financial, Jobs
PLANNING AND DESIGN OF SURVEYS

Details Meeting Two

DEVELOPMENT OF CONCEPTS AND METHODS
1-1 Initial Planning of Surveys
1-2 Publication and Product Planning
1-3 Computation of Response Rates
1-4 Codes and Abbreviations
1-5 Defining Race and Ethnicity Data
1-6 Discretionary Grant Descriptions

PLANNING AND DESIGN OF SURVEYS
2-1 Design of Surveys
2-2 Survey Response Rate Parameters
2-3 Developing RFPs for Surveys
2-4 Pretesting Survey Systems
2-5 Maintaining Data Series Over Time
2-6 Educational Testing

Meeting Three

COLLECTION OF DATA
3-1 Coverage for Frames and Samples
3-2 Achieving Acceptable Response Rates
3-3 Monitoring and Documenting Survey Contracts
3-4 Documenting a Survey System

PROCESSING AND EDITING OF DATA
4-1 Data Editing and Imputation of Item Nonresponse
4-2 Maintaining Confidentiality
4-3 Evaluation of Surveys
4-4 Nonresponse Bias Analysis

Meeting Four

ANALYSIS OF DATA/PRODUCTION OF ESTIMATES OR PROJECTIONS
5-1 Statistical Analysis, Inference, and Comparisons
5-2 Variance Estimation
5-3 Rounding
5-4 Tabular and Graphic Presentations of Data

ESTABLISHMENT OF REVIEW PROCEDURES
6-1 Review of Reports and Data Products

DISSEMINATION OF DATA
7-1 Machine Readable Products
7-2 Survey Documentation in Reports
7-3 Release and Dissemination of Reports and Data Products