Engage to Change Video Series: Neighbors Together

Explore how some nonprofits are shifting the way they engage the people they serve. Learn how community members moved from being recipients of expertise to becoming partners in transforming their own lives, the organization, and the surrounding community. In a series of conversations with a dozen New York City nonprofits, hear the motivation behind engaging clients and community members as agents of change in challenging times.

In this video we interview Cynthia Agyemang, Community Organizer & Amy Blumsack, Community Action Program Director with Neighbors Together.

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New York Foundation
About New York Foundation
The New York Foundation is a steadfast supporter of community organizing and advocacy. Our grants support community-initiated solutions to solve local problems, constituents mobilizing for adequate and equitable resources, and groups organizing a collective voice among those whose voices have not been heard.

3 thoughts on “Engage to Change Video Series: Neighbors Together”

  1. New York Foundation New York Foundation says:

    Thanks for commenting! It is really helpful to see how people view these videos and tools and ultimately how this information can be used.

  2. Leah Steimel says:

    These tools are so useful! The videos show that real people like me are facing similar challenges and addressing them by engaging the community they serve. So much to draw on here and to share with my colleagues!

  3. Caroline McAndrews says:

    The connection between service provision and advocacy is so seamless here. I find this video is helpful paired with some of the tools on this site to give a quick illustration of what service and social change looks like before beginning a deeper dive into a learning circle or staff assessment process.

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