COIN (Civic Opportunities Initiative Network)

COIN Conceptual Framework

  • Promise–The COIN Promise guarantees a reward for satisfactory achievement
  • Service–Students work with community organizers to address critical issues
  • Power and Value of Community –Community offers stability and meaning, reflected through CBOs.
  • Participation and Youth Leadership –Values-based learning and experience strengthens commitment to communities and civic engagement
  • Social and Emotional Learning(SEL) enables COIN elements work together effectively

 

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Philanthropic Innovations

Philanthropic Innovations

A fundamental aspect of Marga Incorporated’s work has been to catalyze innovations in philanthropy. 

REPG

Race & Equity in Philanthropy Group

A philanthropic network promoting racial equity and all forms of inclusion in foundation policy and practices.

AITF

Anchor Institutions Task Force

An action oriented learning community, promoting the engagement of anchor institutions in community and economic development.