Expanding networks, broadening impact toward economic and racial justice.
We are expanding our national networks and building capacity for coordinated action on behalf of people living in poverty, while continuing vital advocacy work in our home state of Illinois. We are developing the infrastructure necessary to support our growth and organizational excellence.
Below are highlights of our strategic plan for fiscal years 2017-2020.
Significantly increase the national prominence and efficacy of the networks convened by the Shriver Center.
Achieve national-level positive change in the fight against poverty and for racial justice.
Build a unified organizational culture at all levels, grounded in our values, through
Significantly improve our organizational infrastructure through use of appropriate investments, use of operationally appropriate technology, data systems, operations and policies/procedures in order to ensure effective knowledge management, manage our constituent community, and to increase our ability to fight poverty and racial justice.
Become a more visible and influential leader in advancing poverty and racial justice and contribute to delivering effective and consistent communications frameworks that change the public narrative on inequality.
Increase annual revenue to fund program priorities and invest in infrastructure to fight poverty and advance racial justice.