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Find a buddy to work through Atlas CareMap module together
Angela Pancella πŸ’―
Angela Pancella Thanks for posting this, Rajiv! I would love to work through this CareMap with a fellow weaver. [ more ]
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Share your thoughts on potential next steps with weavers

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Share your experience of sharing your CareMap with weavers

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Share your first CareMap experience with weavers

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Share your Seeing Care experience with weavers

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Learning Center DiscussionsStorytelling
Meet a member through a Relational 1:1
Sirena Smith I have been doing great with weaving. I have shared what it means to weave in the community. To be able to listen and learn of someone else’s experience and thoughts is and can be motivating.πŸ¦‹ [ more ]
Sirena Smith I am really excited to be apart of such an awesome organization. [ more ]
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Discussion CategoriesGrants and Funding Opportunities
Closes 01/30 - Get $25,000 to help Gen Z’ers meet β€œIRL” and weave connection
Kristyn Feldman Wow. This makes so much sense and yet I never thought I would read something like that! [ more ]
Kristyn Feldman πŸ‘
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Working with incarcerated or formerly incarcerated folks?
Tom Short ❀️
Jeudy Mom ❀️
Kristyn Feldman πŸ‘

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Closes 02/16 - Get up to $50,000 for projects that increase economic mobility in your community

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Closes 02/22 - Be an Aspen Food Leader Fellow

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Closes 03/01 - Get a grant to support your community gardening
Jeudy Mom ❀️

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Discussion CategoriesGrants and Funding Opportunities
Closes 02/15 -- $10,000 for literacy programs operating near Dollar General stores

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Learning Center DiscussionsGatherings
What have you learned when conversations get hard?
Maria Oah That's a really great learning, @Carol Wilson . There's so much power in slowing down and noticing what's happening in a conversation. [ more ]
Carol Wilson I have learned that it is helpful to be an observer of the conversation, even when a participant, which allows me to stay curious and interested in the other and direct my personal investment to our relationship rather than to my participation and position. [ more ]
Roger Gustafson One major learning I've received in difficult conversations is my tendency to close down or defend when conflict arises. I need to be alert to this tendency and challenge myself to stay with the conversation when I sense it rising up. Another learning is the freedom to choose how I see a hard conversation. I can choose the perspective of seeing it as an unpleasant exchange or as an opportunity to learn. [ more ]
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