The Arras Foundation in Lancaster, South Carolina, is using resident input and data to empower whole-of-region progress.
With community partnerships and resident input, the small South Carolina town is writing its next chapter.
Deb and Jim Fallows explore the ongoing story of Our Towns with Andrew McKeever on Greater Northshire Access Television's ‘The News Project: In Studio’.
A panel of residents, business owners, and community stakeholders discuss the southern California city then, and now.
Our Towns' Ben Speggen talks with the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation team to discuss how the Foundation is empowering community development, has transformed a former grocery store into an innovative hub for nonprofits, and more.
Residents of Fort Lawn, South Carolina used a community development model to identify 51 actionable goals to improve their town. Today, they’re checking off the list, one by one.
Erin Sanborn discusses service and sustainability and the role the University of Redlands plays in the community and beyond with Evan Sanford in this episode of the Inside Our Towns podcast.
California's Chief Service Officer discusses the California Volunteers' initiatives -- the impact CalVols is having in the state, and how it serves as a model nationwide at Jefferson Educational Society Global Summit event at the University of Redlands.
John Kropf discusses his latest book, 'Color Capital of the World: Growing Up with the Legacy of a Crayon Company', which explores Sandusky, Ohio's innovative industrial heritage and his family's role in it.
Residents, coaches, reporters discuss local-level community revitalization initiative at Jefferson Educational Society Global Summit event.
The Our Towns team looks back at the stories of local-level ideas that are driving and inspiring renewal nationwide.
A continued look back at the stories of local-level ideas that are driving and inspiring renewal nationwide.
A look back at some of the stories of local-level ideas that are driving and inspiring renewal nationwide.
National division might grab headlines, but the story of uniting citizens through service in California is growing.
Feeding, sustaining, and building community in Kershaw, South Carolina through KARE.
At-risk youth in North Carolina hold the keys to flipping a decommissioned prison into a sustainable farm and community asset.