Hub ONE: A Case Study
Big Brothers Big Sisters is proud to have embarked on an organizational collaboration in the local non-profit sector, called Hub ONE, which was featured in a recent Kalamazoo Public Library ONEplace webinar. To learn more about the initiative from the leaders behind the collaboration, including Big Brothers Big Sisters’ own CEO, Amy Kuchta, please check out the webinar’s replay.
You’ll join Amy; Matt Lynn, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kalamazoo; Danielle Sielatycki, CEO of Prevention Works, Inc.; Luke Kujacznski, CEO of the Urban Alliance; Yolonda Lavender, Grant Program Manager of the Stryker Johnston Foundation; and Sarah Weishaar, the President of the Impact Collective Group, to hear more about the whys, whats, whens, and how we’re learning in the first 2 years of the collaboration.
What is Hub ONE? Prevention Works, Inc., Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kalamazoo, Urban Alliance, and Big Brothers Big Sisters are collaborating to create a shared system of infrastructure, resources and best practices with the purpose of addressing the impact of inter-generational poverty in Kalamazoo, Michigan.