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Provides a general overview and history of Missouri Community Betterment
Complete and mail in along with participation fee for new communities
A quick reference for new communities
Thinking about becoming an MCB Community?
Contact our staff today to begin the process of becoming an MCB Community!
Learn how to best ask for money from donors
A great first step for comprehensive and inclusive community strategic planning.
Past conference speakers and webinar presentations.
Guidance on how to craft one of the most important tools you’ll need to communicate with others about your organization
When you want to take action, influence policy, change things around, or shake things up, a community survey can be an effective tool for gathering and documenting the thoughts and feelings of a diverse group.
Several sample agendas are available to help you get started or move through different phases of your organization.
Missouri Community Betterment’s Measuring and Awarding Progress (M.A.P.) tool is designed to help community leaders in grassroots volunteer and career positions alike assess where they are on a wide range of promising practices for overall community health and wealth.
Get ideas for what may work in your community based on what others have accomplished around the state over the last 12 years in the areas of Building Renovation, Celebrations/Special Events, Community Beautification/Clean-Up, Community Involvement/Planning, Community Spirit/Values, Economic Development, Healthy Living, Historic Preservation, Infrastructure/Service Improvements, Parks/Improvements/Trails, and more!
A step-by-step guide for developing and implementing a community betterment plan from creating an organization that is equally open to everyone in the community, to implementation, and evaluation.