Get bigger results from working together. That’s the purpose of community partnerships.
Collaboration is a powerful strategy to leverage a greater number of voices, resources, and volunteers around a specific goal or activity. Partners help ramp up the volume on issues that are important to your mission.
Working together, your organization can maximize funding or in-kind resource, expand outreach, increase media coverage, improve program impact, mobilize more volunteers, build a stronger and bigger base of information, increase public policy success, and influence the public debate.
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This resource is part of the Community Tree Leadership Forum Core Modules. In partnership with the National Arbor Day Foundation and the USDA Forest Service, the Alliance for Community Trees developed a training program to increase the impact of nonprofits, service groups, volunteer coordinators, and community organizers engaged in urban and community forestry.
Trees at Play Spaces
Advancing Your Mission with Support from Urban & Community Forestry Councils
Urban Forestry Partnership in Education
Partnering with Utility Companies to Plant Trees