EFFECTIVE CHANGE REQUIRES PROXIMATE LEADERS

“When proximate leaders work with people in their community they strive to ensure that everyone feels they have agency—a person’s belief that they can shape their own future, relationships, and environment. People who believe they have agency also believe that they can change the world …”
“Proximate leaders should be leading, not following, the field’s cadre of academic, nonprofit, governmental, and business experts in creating solutions to their community’s challenges.”

READ MORE> Stanford Social Innovation Review/ Effective Change Requires Proximate Leaders: By Angela Jackson, John Kania & Tulaine Montgomery | Oct. 2, 2020

The CARE CENTER model will not always include a Building.
Some CARE CENTER organizations will be focused on Access to Care via Transport Services. Other organizations will focus on community awareness of issues related to Animal Care and Control, Spay & Neuter, Puppy Mills and Adoption. While some organizations will deliver services from within a building. CARE CENTERS will be designed around solving and preventing problems, so their shape and size will vary to meet their community’s unique challenges and desires.

AGENCY + INVESTMENT + WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT = CARE CENTERS

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