Partner

Partner Options
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How the Partnership process works

We seek opportunities for collective impact, allowing compassion to permeate every aspect of the culture to take root and enabling all to flourish.

Here’s how your organization or community can join the movement:

1

Inquire

Reach out for information and let us know you’re interested in beginning the conversation

2

Visit

Send 2-5 people from your team to one of our community classes

3

Dream

Work with others in your community to envision how partnership with CFCC can equip people in your community for more authentic, caring connection

4

Collaborate

Work with our team and other partners to solidify your vision through informational sessions leading up to application

5

Apply

Share with us how your vision will build community in your area

6

Grow

Receive training for at least three members of your community team; work with CFCC to establish a flourishing CFCC community program

7

Thrive

Stay plugged in and contributing to the caring communities’ movement through webinars, idea sharing, and the annual Caring Communities Conference

Current Partners

Government:
City of Aspen, CO
City of Boulder, CO
Adams County, CO
City of Alexandria, VA

Military:
Scott Air Force Base, IL
Joint Base Charleston, SC
BUPERS, TN
Minot AFB, ND
Michigan Air National Guard

Education:
Colorado Mountain College, CO
St. Edward’s University, TX

Nonprofit:
Pachamama Alliance
Medical University of South Carolina, SC
Church on the Hill, OR
Great Start Collaborative of Midland County

Current Partners
    "This class helped validate who I am and how I function socially, but also helped me to see the great opportunities others bring." Kat Seastrunck South Carolina Chapter Alumnus
    "OCL training goes way beyond communication!  When we become more aware of ourselves and others we will become the best version of our self." Linda Chaloupka Wisconsin Chapter (Mequon) Alumnus
    "… heavy emphasis on practicality. How to raise issues with your boss confidently, how to thoughtfully listen to your children and spouse, how to meaningfully recognize and appreciate your employees. It's just a shame I worked this long before learning about these tools!" Greg Bunker Dow Chemical Company/Michigan Chapter (Midland) Alumnus
    "This class has enhanced my relationships both personally and professionally. The results have been remarkable in my relationships with my adult children, having learned to show grace and become a better listener. " Terry Patton Greater St Louis Chapter Alumnus
    "This program changed the way I approach everything - from my marriage, to my parenting, to other relationships, to the way I lead. Amazing content and very well done!" Kevin Miquelon Greater St Louis Chapter Alumnus