One Valley, One Community
OVOF is seeking lead partners for new Action Plan.
Our Valley Our Future is seeking lead partners to champion the implementation of projects and programs featured in the nonprofit organization’s upcoming new regional Action Plan. The lead partners can be a nonprofit organization, community group, business, or government agency. A list of available projects and programs can be found by clicking here. After reviewing the list, those entities interested in serving as a lead partner can contact Our Valley Our Future at email@example.com for more information. All projects and programs are in draft form pending final plan publication. The new Action Plan, for the years 2022-26, will officially be released in early March and replaces the community’s first plan (2017-21). The release will culminate a 14-month process in which approximately 2,000 community members weighed in on the region’s strengths, weaknesses and challenges, and what they envision for the future.
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Different communities, groups and interests coming together around a common vision.
In addition to helping residents craft the community Action Plan, Our Valley Our Future convenes and facilitates meetings when needed, gathers data to assist lead partners, community leaders and residents in decision-making, and communicates successes.
“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.”
-Margaret J. Wheatley
Latest Reports & Findings
"Our Path Forward: Regional Thinking, Inclusion and Collaboration" Report, 2020
This report takes a look at past collaborative efforts, explains why the ‘regional thinking, inclusion and collaboration” approach matters more than ever today, and sets the stage for new opportunities to be explored and implemented. The report was researched and written by Our Valley Our Future’s One Community Working Group.
OVOF COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Survey, 2020 (English)
Here are the results of a survey conducted by Our Valley Our Future in May 2020 to measure the early impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the economic and social well-being of residents. More than 600 residents, including 27 percent who self-identified as Latino, completed the survey.
OVOF COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Survey, 2020 (Spanish)
Here are the results in Spanish of a survey conducted by Our Valley Our Future in May 2020 to measure the early impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the economic and social well-being of residents. More than 600 residents, including 27 percent who self-identified as Latino, completed the survey.
OVOF Annual Report, 2020
For its 2020 Annual Report, Our Valley Our Future focused on the work of lead partners and the outcomes and successes derived from the community’s Action Plan.