NAPC's national alliances have included:
- a coalition of
leading national nonprofit organizations committed to
helping individuals, families and communities thrive.
The National Human
Board working group on the mature workforce
Community Indicators Consortium
- CIC promotes communication among and help integrate the efforts of
various networks, organizations and individuals involved in
community indicators work in the U.S. and around the world.
The ultimate goal of the Consortium is to enhance the
effectiveness of these networks, organizations and
individuals in advancing the art, science, and impact of
indicators for improving the health, quality of life and
sustainability of communities.
- supporting implementation of 2-1-1, an easy to remember telephone number that connects people with
important community services and volunteer opportunities. While services
that are offered through 2-1-1 vary from community to community, 2-1-1
provides callers with information about and referrals to human services for
every day needs and in times of crisis.
by the Urban Institute and local partners to further
the development and use of neighborhood-level
information systems in local policymaking and
America, an initiative of the Points of Light Foundation, is a national
partnership of diverse organizationsnonprofits, businesses, civic associations,
fraternal organizations, communities of faith, government agencies, and the
mediaworking in collaboration to leverage knowledge, resources and volunteers
to address social and community problems.
National Community Building Network (NCBN)
- a national membership
organization that serves as a hub for brokering information and connections
among community builders.
- NAPC was active during the founding of HandsNet
and managed its online forum on Community Building.