Our first podcast is with Mark Okasaki, the Executive Director of Neighborhood House. In his conversation with Milenko, Mark draws upon his work with refugees and immigrant populations to look toward a more open and hopeful future, a society where we waste less resources and ask more questions. Listen in and find out just what it is that Mark believes will save us.
Pomegranate Center is shifting the paradigm around how people work together. Through our unique inclusive engagement model we help communities discover their ability to spur change and develop their capacity for authentic collective collaboration. By leveraging the power of Place - where people live- we create the conditions that demonstrate democracy at its best, with stories that change from “us and them” to “we.”
Wow. We met some of the most amazing, wonderful, courageous community builders last month at our Fall Pomegranate Method Training!
At the start of 2017, friend of Pomegranate Nancy Nordhoff pledged a $37,000 challenge grant to support us in our critical transition period. That means we need to raise money from our supporters in order to match the pledged funding.
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