Building Movement Project- Making Social ChangeBuilding Movement Project developed this set of case studies as a response to numerous requests from groups looking for real-life examples of the often-challenging process of incorporating social change models into social service work. These case studies, geared toward practitioners, board members, and funders interested in this work, serve to complement two other Building Movement publications: Social Service and Social Change: A Process Guide , which is already in wide use, and Tools for Social Change , which provides online and offline interactive exercises and information for organizations ready to take this work to the next level. The five case studies in this publication offer examples of organizations that are integrating social change activities into their work. For the full report of Making Social Change: Case Studies of Nonprofit Service Providers , complete with organizational profiles, a reflection guide and additional web resources, please click the PDF link in the sidebar. See below for brief organizational summaries and links to the individual case studies included in the full report.
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