The collective impact model focuses on nonprofit organizations, churches, employers, government agencies and civic groups collaborating together to reach the goals within the initiative. “Must Reads” center around the collective impact model. “In The News” articles align with the Prosper Waco initiative.

WCCC-TV: OCOF celebrates four years of service to teenagers
WCCC-TV has produced a video of Prosper Waco’s Suzii Paynter March and Tiffiney Gray talking with Telawna Kirbie, leader of Our Community Our Future....
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Local organizations collaborate to gather behavioral health data
By Ferrell Foster Data at indicate 16.6% of Waco adults (age 18 and older) in 2017 had experienced poor mental health for 14 days...
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OCOF celebrates five years of success
By Khristian Howard Waco teems with possibilities for youth to thrive. Despite the abundance of youth-focused opportunities, many youth are unable to take full...
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Waco leaders stress safe practices & flu shots
Five Waco civic, health, and school leaders Wednesday encouraged the people of Greater Waco to think of their neighbors and to be careful how...
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Prosper Waco Statement on Equity
Approved by Board of Directors, August 19, 2020 Multiple recent killings of African Americans, including unjust killings at the hands of police, are part...
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The latest volunteer needs
Below are volunteer needs identified in a May 4 Prosper Waco survey. Family Health Center needs volunteers to direct traffic in the parking lot...
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