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- Erie’s Healthcare CollaborationIn the 2013 Progress Report (is that what it’s called?), Erie Community Foundation President Mike Batchelor’s goal was for Erie Vital Signs to become, “a useful tool for a broad segment of Erie County”, and a “resource that more and more people begin to use as a reference”. That goal became reality in 2013 when an informal collaboration between the manufactu […]
- Measuring a Community's Vital SignsThe Erie Community Foundation makes a difference through a data-driven approach to community action and engagement. When leaders in Erie County, Pa., analyzed poverty data, test scores, and pre-school participation rates in their community, they noticed a troubling trend. Erie had a significant shortage of pre-school education programs – particularly in low- […]
- Nonprofit Partnership reports on VolunteerismWhile Erie Vital Signs shows that rates of volunteerism in Erie County trail state and national averages, Erie County has many of the raw ingredients needed to make our region a hotbed of volunteerism. A large percentage of our residents have lived here all their lives and have a strong identification with the region, its charities, and our quality of life. […]
- Erie’s Healthcare Collaboration
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