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Shawnee Bigelow

Shawnee Bigelow, PhDc, MBA is a guest blogger within global development field. She has taught organizational leaders throughout the world that address capacity building and sustainability for community coalitions. She has worked in the field of coalition building for over 20 years with significant success. She is a professional international consultant and President of Starling Company, providing clients all over the world with cutting edge strategies to help build capacity and sustain their programs and organizations. For more information or for client services, please visit http://starlingcompany.com
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Building Capacity:  How Community Coalitions Are Improving The Chances of Federal Funding Awards

Since early 1990s, community coalition building has made progressive inroads for securing federal funding for community based projects. Building capacity within partner organizations and collaborative sectors strengthens relationships and provides a solid foundation to identify and solve the most pressing community problems. Community coalitions can be the answer that is sitting on the lap of organizations that are seemingly struggling to keep vital programs alive, while the push for greater collaboration is embedded within the verbiage of federal funding announcements and requirements. Many organizations do not understand how to begin building a coalition, while others choose not to participate, which ultimately places unnecessary burdens and limitations for organizational and programmatic sustainability.

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