Cradle to Career Collective Impact


Collective Impact + Pay for Success

Jeff Edmondson and Jeff Shumway

Public Sector Solutions, Results-Based Funding


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This brief discusses how the concepts of Collective Impact and Pay for Success (PFS) projects can be combined to enhance shared community vision, shared accountability, and shared data. Collective Impact could also help the PFS model evolve beyond scaling evidence-based programs towards a more sustainable approach that yields progress at greater scale on the tough social problems we face.

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