Area Resources for Community and Human Services (ARCHS) was developed 20 years ago with the purpose of bridging federal/state funding with local resources to improve the lives of vulnerable children and families in St. Louis, Missouri. From its humble beginnings as an intermediary funder, the leaders of ARCHS knew they wanted to not only provide dollars to fund services but also be active participants in the service delivery process. As the organization has grown and developed over time so has its funding vision.
Much of ARCH's success is due to their commitment to three key pillars: data, progress, and partnership. With these pillars, ARCHS now has a full picture of what their funding dollars affect and how they can better assist grantees in the future.
In ARCHS: A Funder's Perspective, you’ll learn:
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