BUILDING STRONG COMMUNITIES
POWER OF COMMUNITY
Power to Care for the EarthBallard Neighbourhood, Seattle
Power to Prevent CrimeSODO Neighbourhood, Seattle
Power to Care for One Another      Wodonga, Australia
Power to Demand Justice    London, England
Power of Community:          •   Care for the Earth          •   Prevent Crime          •   Care for One Another          ...
YOUR TURN:Share your own story  about the power   of community
COMMUNITY IN CRISIS         Single-purpose land                 use          Increased mobility          Longer work days ...
Ballard Neighbourhood, Seattle,           Seattle
Keys to Opening Your Community     to Greater Participation
#1 – Have Fun!
Fremont Neighbourhood, Seattle
#2 - Start where people are:    ►Their block    ►Their language and culture    ►Their networks    ►Their passions    ►Thei...
#3 …but don’t leave them there:   Strive for Results!
#4 – Don’t sit on your assets:
Every individual has giftsof the head, heart and hands
YOUR TURN: What are your skills,passions & knowledge?
Labeled People:              •   Homeless              •   Unemployed              •   Poor person              •   Non-En...
What Young People have to Offer:•   Creativity•   Time•   Energy•   Impatience•   Greatest stake in the future•   Expertis...
Toppenish, Washington
DISCOVER BURIED TREASURE IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD
Every place has:• Gifts of individuals
QUESTION TO PONDER:  Whose gifts areunderutilized in your   community?
Adelaide, South Australia
Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations
Individuals share their gifts when they  are in association with one another
QUESTION TO PONDER:  What are the communityassociations where you live?
Columbia City, Seattle
Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment
QUESTION TO PONDER:Where you live, what are…-the bumping places?-the visible treasures?-the buried treasures?
Riverina, New South Wales
Phinney Neighbourhood, Seattle
Eastlake Neighbourhood, Seattle
White Center, Washington
Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment• Local economy
QUESTION TO PONDER: How could your community assets  strengthen your local economyand how could your economy better     su...
Lake Street, Minneapolis
Yackandandah, Victoria
Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment• Local economy• Culture and ...
QUESTION TO PONDER:-What is the unique identityof your community?-What are your cultural andhistorical assets?
Eritrean Community
Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment• Local economy• Culture and ...
Agencies vs. Associations   STAFF & BUDGET   VOLUNTEERS      CLIENT                     CITIZEN     CONSUMER       NEEDS  ...
QUESTION TO PONDER:    What are the underutilized assets    of agencies   where you live?
Columbia School, Seattle
QUESTION TO DISCUSS:   What could you   accomplish by mobilizing community      resources?
STEPS TOWARDS AGENCY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
Do No Harm:• Don’t distract the community from its own  priorities.• Don’t force the community into the  bureaucracy’s sil...
Remove Agency Barriersto Partnership:• Centralized decision making• Cookie cutter programs and  regulations• Inaccessibili...
Build Community Capacity:•   Offer leadership training•   Assist with outreach tools like translation•   Work with associa...
Department of
PARADIGM SHIFT NEEDED
Move from Siloed Thinking
To Holistic Approaches
Little City Halls and Coordinators
Move from Starting with Needs
To Starting with Strengths
Neighbourhood Matching Fund
What makes Matching Fund unique?• Community matches with its assets,  including volunteer labour• Community determines pri...
High Point Neighbourhood
Alki Neighbourhood
Carkeek Park
Alki Neighbourhood
Duwamish Tribe
International District
Keys to Success•   Ownership by community•   Outreach beyond usual suspects•   Volunteer match•   Small amounts of money• ...
Move from Top-Down
To Community-Driven
Neighbourhood Planning
Keys to Neighbourhood Planning• Comprehensive plan provides framework• Community initiates the planning• Community engagem...
Delridge
Value of community-driven planning:• Implementation happens – plans don’t sit onthe shelf• Resources are multiplied – gove...
QUESTIONS TO DISCUSS-What are local agencies doingto move towards more place-based,strengths-focused, community-ledways of...
TOOLS FOR BUILDINGSTRONG COMMUNITIES
Learning Conversations        CREDENTIAL      WARM UP TALK   MOTIVATION TO ACT ● Gifts/talents to contribute    ● Dreams t...
VisioningKing County Senior Services
Photos of Central Area Gathering by Max Wells
Actions from Initial Gatherings    Neighborhood walking map  Planning for senior co-housing Gay/lesbian community projects...
Peppi’s Woods Maintenance Project
Time bank from Shoreline to Edmonds
Intergenerational, multicultural dance party
Summit
Open Space TechnologyHigh Point Neighbourhood, Seattle
Time Banking
Timebank UK
Tea VansPortland, Oregon
Edmonton, Alberta
WelcomingWaterloo, Ontario
Melbourne, Victoria
Big Lunch, UK
Vashon, Washington
WELCOME VASHON PROJECTS           Restorative Justice Program            Amigos en Vashon       Ferry Dock Welcoming Signs...
Port Phillip, Australia
QUESTION TO DISCUSS:What ideas from thisworkshop do you plan   to implement?
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  • Birallee Park Neighbourhood House is located at – 39 Emerald Avenue, West Wodonga 3690, Victoria, Australia. View from OTTY community gardens looking back to the outdoor picnic area next to the kitchens where all the food preparation and cooking is done.
  • Even the kids helped, Elaines grand daughter.
  • The best corn crop we have ever seen grown on a small patch of ground approximately 3 meters by 1 meter deep.
  • Our first harvest of beautiful onions
  • A picture is worth a thousand words
  • One of our Volunteers (and secretary) Elaine packaging homemade soup for the freezer. The volunteers made enough in the first batch for 80 serves, (2 serves per 1 liter container)
  • Year 12 students from Victory Secondary College donate a day cooking for the project instead of the traditional ‘muck up day’
  • From L-R Marg, Di and Sue packing the first of our carrots and peas from the garden ready for freezing. We picked and harvested enough for 65 packs.
  • Faced with this dilemma, I worked with the Mayor and the rest of the City Council to devise a three-pronged implementation strategy. The first prong recognized that the City was already spending most of its budget in the neighborhoods but not necessarily on the communities ’ priorities. The challenge was to move from business-as-usual to responding to neighborhood plans.
  • The Potential of Neighbourhoods _Jim Diers

    1. 1. BUILDING STRONG COMMUNITIES
    2. 2. POWER OF COMMUNITY
    3. 3. Power to Care for the EarthBallard Neighbourhood, Seattle
    4. 4. Power to Prevent CrimeSODO Neighbourhood, Seattle
    5. 5. Power to Care for One Another Wodonga, Australia
    6. 6. Power to Demand Justice London, England
    7. 7. Power of Community: • Care for the Earth • Prevent Crime • Care for One Another • Demand Social Justice • Create Great Places • Emergency Response • Health and Welfare • Happiness • Democracy
    8. 8. YOUR TURN:Share your own story about the power of community
    9. 9. COMMUNITY IN CRISIS Single-purpose land use Increased mobility Longer work days Fear Electronic screens Consumerism Globalization Specialization Professionalization
    10. 10. Ballard Neighbourhood, Seattle, Seattle
    11. 11. Keys to Opening Your Community to Greater Participation
    12. 12. #1 – Have Fun!
    13. 13. Fremont Neighbourhood, Seattle
    14. 14. #2 - Start where people are: ►Their block ►Their language and culture ►Their networks ►Their passions ►Their call
    15. 15. #3 …but don’t leave them there: Strive for Results!
    16. 16. #4 – Don’t sit on your assets:
    17. 17. Every individual has giftsof the head, heart and hands
    18. 18. YOUR TURN: What are your skills,passions & knowledge?
    19. 19. Labeled People: • Homeless • Unemployed • Poor person • Non-English speaking • Single parent • Addict • Offender • Disabled • Old person • At-risk youth
    20. 20. What Young People have to Offer:• Creativity• Time• Energy• Impatience• Greatest stake in the future• Expertise on what young people think
    21. 21. Toppenish, Washington
    22. 22. DISCOVER BURIED TREASURE IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD
    23. 23. Every place has:• Gifts of individuals
    24. 24. QUESTION TO PONDER: Whose gifts areunderutilized in your community?
    25. 25. Adelaide, South Australia
    26. 26. Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations
    27. 27. Individuals share their gifts when they are in association with one another
    28. 28. QUESTION TO PONDER: What are the communityassociations where you live?
    29. 29. Columbia City, Seattle
    30. 30. Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment
    31. 31. QUESTION TO PONDER:Where you live, what are…-the bumping places?-the visible treasures?-the buried treasures?
    32. 32. Riverina, New South Wales
    33. 33. Phinney Neighbourhood, Seattle
    34. 34. Eastlake Neighbourhood, Seattle
    35. 35. White Center, Washington
    36. 36. Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment• Local economy
    37. 37. QUESTION TO PONDER: How could your community assets strengthen your local economyand how could your economy better support your community?
    38. 38. Lake Street, Minneapolis
    39. 39. Yackandandah, Victoria
    40. 40. Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment• Local economy• Culture and identity
    41. 41. QUESTION TO PONDER:-What is the unique identityof your community?-What are your cultural andhistorical assets?
    42. 42. Eritrean Community
    43. 43. Every place has:• Gifts of individuals• Voluntary associations• Built and natural environment• Local economy• Culture and identity• Local agencies
    44. 44. Agencies vs. Associations STAFF & BUDGET VOLUNTEERS CLIENT CITIZEN CONSUMER NEEDS ASSETS
    45. 45. QUESTION TO PONDER: What are the underutilized assets of agencies where you live?
    46. 46. Columbia School, Seattle
    47. 47. QUESTION TO DISCUSS: What could you accomplish by mobilizing community resources?
    48. 48. STEPS TOWARDS AGENCY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
    49. 49. Do No Harm:• Don’t distract the community from its own priorities.• Don’t force the community into the bureaucracy’s silos.• Don’t take people’s time without showing results.• Don’t make the community dependent.• Don’t undermine the community. Follow the Iron Rule.
    50. 50. Remove Agency Barriersto Partnership:• Centralized decision making• Cookie cutter programs and regulations• Inaccessibility (location, language, hours, runaround)• Bureaucratic red tape• Know-it-all attitude
    51. 51. Build Community Capacity:• Offer leadership training• Assist with outreach tools like translation• Work with associations of all types• Provide forums for networking• Offer non-meeting options for engagement• Share stories of successful communities• Highlight community strengths• Move beyond citizen participation to community empowerment
    52. 52. Department of
    53. 53. PARADIGM SHIFT NEEDED
    54. 54. Move from Siloed Thinking
    55. 55. To Holistic Approaches
    56. 56. Little City Halls and Coordinators
    57. 57. Move from Starting with Needs
    58. 58. To Starting with Strengths
    59. 59. Neighbourhood Matching Fund
    60. 60. What makes Matching Fund unique?• Community matches with its assets, including volunteer labour• Community determines priorities• One time projects only• Any group of neighbours can apply• Proposals reviewed by peers• Quantity and diversity of participation key to selection and evaluation
    61. 61. High Point Neighbourhood
    62. 62. Alki Neighbourhood
    63. 63. Carkeek Park
    64. 64. Alki Neighbourhood
    65. 65. Duwamish Tribe
    66. 66. International District
    67. 67. Keys to Success• Ownership by community• Outreach beyond usual suspects• Volunteer match• Small amounts of money• Training and technical assistance• Minimal red-tape and paperwork• Support by the council as a whole• Sharing of stories
    68. 68. Move from Top-Down
    69. 69. To Community-Driven
    70. 70. Neighbourhood Planning
    71. 71. Keys to Neighbourhood Planning• Comprehensive plan provides framework• Community initiates the planning• Community engagement must be broad and inclusive• City provides funding & technical assistance• Community hires its own planning expertise• Community defines its own scope of work• Community drives plan throughout process
    72. 72. Delridge
    73. 73. Value of community-driven planning:• Implementation happens – plans don’t sit onthe shelf• Resources are multiplied – governmentresources leverage community’s• Appropriate development occurs –respecting unique character of neighbourhoodand culture of community• More holistic and innovative solutions result• A stronger sense of community is built
    74. 74. QUESTIONS TO DISCUSS-What are local agencies doingto move towards more place-based,strengths-focused, community-ledways of working?-What more could they do?
    75. 75. TOOLS FOR BUILDINGSTRONG COMMUNITIES
    76. 76. Learning Conversations CREDENTIAL WARM UP TALK MOTIVATION TO ACT ● Gifts/talents to contribute ● Dreams to realize● Concerns/needs to address WILL THEY PARTICIPATE?WHO ELSE DO THEY KNOW?
    77. 77. VisioningKing County Senior Services
    78. 78. Photos of Central Area Gathering by Max Wells
    79. 79. Actions from Initial Gatherings Neighborhood walking map Planning for senior co-housing Gay/lesbian community projectsA one-stop lifelong learning website
    80. 80. Peppi’s Woods Maintenance Project
    81. 81. Time bank from Shoreline to Edmonds
    82. 82. Intergenerational, multicultural dance party
    83. 83. Summit
    84. 84. Open Space TechnologyHigh Point Neighbourhood, Seattle
    85. 85. Time Banking
    86. 86. Timebank UK
    87. 87. Tea VansPortland, Oregon
    88. 88. Edmonton, Alberta
    89. 89. WelcomingWaterloo, Ontario
    90. 90. Melbourne, Victoria
    91. 91. Big Lunch, UK
    92. 92. Vashon, Washington
    93. 93. WELCOME VASHON PROJECTS Restorative Justice Program Amigos en Vashon Ferry Dock Welcoming Signs Challenge Day at Vashon High School Checkers in Town Breakfast at Sally’s Cross-Ability Friendship for Students Stone Soup Welcome Wagon Hire Vashon Time Bank Homesharing Create Community Center Establish Free Clinic The Wave Campaign
    94. 94. Port Phillip, Australia
    95. 95. QUESTION TO DISCUSS:What ideas from thisworkshop do you plan to implement?
    96. 96. jimdiers@comcast.net
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