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Project highlights

Philadelphia Water Department (PWD)

Philadelphia Water Department (PWD)

A survey of more than 12,000 Philadelphia residents on their perceptions of our city’s water found that 40% of city residents drink bottled water instead of tap water at home. See how the Drink Philly Tap campaign is helping residents to choose drinking tap water over bottled water.

The Pew Fund Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative

The Pew Fund Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative

Through group learning and individualized coaching, this program expands the abilities of Pew Fund nonprofits to monitor progress, use data to inform practices, and evaluate results.

DiverseForce On Boards

DiverseForce On Boards

The program provides leaders of color with the necessary knowledge, skills, and network to catalyze social change by developing professional skills, understanding leadership styles, and helping organizations better align with the communities they serve.

Blog highlights

Meet ImpactED’s New Director of Learning and Development!

ImpactED is excited to announce that our team continues to grow! We’re happy to introduce our newest team member, Director of Learning and Development, Joe Moorman.

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External Stakeholder Engagement & Communication: How can we engage and communicate effectively with external stakeholders?

The Nonprofit Leaders Circle Convening explored what makes high quality and inclusive engagement possible. During the convening, guest speakers shared new tools and perspectives to thinking about communication and making connections with stakeholders.

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ImpactED's Commitment to Equity

At ImpactED, we are passionate about working with mission-driven organizations to respond to the needs and goals of the communities they serve. We know we have a responsibility to examine our practices to ensure that decisions affecting communities reflect the perspectives and challenges of the people living in those communities, particularly those who have historically been excluded from the process. 

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3440 Market Street, Suite 450
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3335

(267) 822-2060

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