The wait is over! We are happy to announce that our fifth and final Five Domains of Wellbeing fact sheet, focusing on Meaningful Access to Relevant Resources, is now available.
Archives for 2013
We are excited to announce that the Full Frame Initiative was recently selected by The Arnold Foundation Giving Library to be a featured organization on their website, which connects nonprofits with potential funders. The Giving Library produced a short video featuring FFI founder Katya Smyth.
The Full Frame Initiative has an exciting project documenting how different stakeholder groups (policy makers, funders, practitioners and survivors) understand success for domestic violence survivors.
This past Monday the Full Frame Initiative hosted a Cultural and Linguistic Access Pilot Institute training in Los Angeles, in order to increase the linguistic and cultural inclusiveness of our Integrated Responses to Domestic Violence in California project. [Read more…]
On June 19, FFI’s founder and CEO, Katya Fels Smyth will be the keynote speaker at the Human Services Forum (HSF) breakfast in Holyoke, MA. [Read more…]
On May 30, a group of Boston-area funders met with FFI to learn about our approach to systems change and to discuss philanthropy’s role. Later that day, FFI convened six amazing organizations who are committed to finding innovative ways to address poverty and violence, and which are effective in helping deeply marginalized people and communities make long-term change. [Read more…]
FFI’s Anna Melbin and Audrey Jordan head back to California this week as part of our “Integrated Responses to Domestic Violence in California: Examining where differing assumptions about success impede or enable survivor wellbeing” project. [Read more…]