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Training for Community Leaders Working for Social Change

THE PROBLEM
Communities need to lead their own change. But community-led programs face many challenges.

 

THE SOLUTION
Community leaders are supported through our capacity building program. They obtain tools and skills to start and grow their programs, get the money they need for their work, and grow in their ability to address their community's deepest needs.

 

THE IMPACT
Communities are transformed through cultivated solutions from within.

Our Journey & Growth

New Programs, New Look!

Here at Cultivate, we are busy working behind the scenes to launch three new programs in the coming year! Along with our new programs, we are excited to…
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Cultivating Hope Amidst the Pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing hardships that have come with it for the world’s poorest communities, we have pivoted our programs…
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COVID19 & The Developing World – 4 Things You Can Do Right Now

I’ve been struggling to write this blog post. I want to share my thoughts and experiences about the COVID19 pandemic and how it has and…
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A Year in Review

This past year has been significant in our journey as an organization. Fifteen community leaders participated in our program. These leaders are now empowered and equipped…
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You Shop, We Receive

Storm Creek 2019 Holiday Partnership Storm Creek, a Minnesota-based outdoor apparel company, is partnering with Cultivate International for the 2019 holiday season.  This partnership has…
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This is Us

We exist to empower and serve community leaders across the globe. They have the vision, passion, and dedication, we simply help them with the resources,…
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In remembrance of 9/11

Today is a day of remembrance and mourning in the USA for the terrorist attacks that happened 18 years ago. The world changed after this…
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Two is Better Than One

This weekend I had the opportunity to collaborate with some very intelligent and insightful people, and was reminded that two is always better than one.…
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