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Planning for sustainability helps community initiatives plan and implement efforts for the long haul. When groups engage in the process of sustaining the work, they can develop the necessary commitment, capacity, and resources (e.g., funds, community leaders, and organizations) to ensure that the values, ideas, and processes of the effort are widely shared and deeply felt; that important relationships are nurtured and remain strong; that policy and practice innovations are institutionalized and become the norm; and that needed financial and human resources are secured for the long term.
Identify 12 strategies for sustainability
Learn 10 tasks for developing a marketing plan
Learn how to create a plan for sustainability
Module 16: Sustaining the Work or Initiative
Developing a Plan for Sustaining Your Program or Initiative
Using the Twelve Tactics for Sustainability
Developing Business and Marketing Plans
Putting It All Together: Sustaining Your Work or Initiative
Video Presenter: Christina M. Holt, M.A.
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