Virus pandemic tests community resilience
We started researching the stories for this edition of Community Vitality in the summer of 2020. It was clear then that our nation and our region were experiencing an unprecedented combination of health, economic and racial crises, but we had no idea how long it would last and how much it would affect us. We have experienced tragic loss of life, social and political unrest, and a recession that has deprived millions of stable incomes. And, now, as we go to press on this issue, our region is being devastated by the most catastrophic wildfires we have ever seen.
More in this Issue:
Community Vitality is published twice a year from 2000 to 2021. Editions from 2010 to 2021 are available online here.
© 2000-2021 The Ford Family Foundation. Send requests to reprint an article to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anne Kubisch, President; Mandy Elder, Editor; Megan Monson, Assistant Editor
The purposes of this publication are to share information about building communities; to encourage individual development; to increase awareness of resources; and to share success stories. The views expressed by the authors in bylined articles are not necessarily the views of the Foundation.
It is Josh Bruce’s job to plan for the worst. As program director of the Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience, Bruce and his University of Oregon team help communities all across Oregon prepare... Read More
Select BooksOrder One of These Books for Free* »
Digital Distribution for Community Vitality
We offer both digital and printed editions of this publication. Printed copies are available by individual request only. Please note that we only mail Community Vitality to residents in Oregon and Siskiyou County, California. Residents outside of this geography are welcome to download any issues from this website or subscribe to the online version.
If you’re a graduate of the Ford Institute Leadership Program or a recipient of a Ford Family scholarship, you will automatically receive an online subscription. All others? Don’t miss our next issue.
Be sure to sign up at: www.tfff.org/cvsubscribe.
Don't worry. We never share our mailing list, and you can unsubscribe at any time.
Community Vitality is produced by Three60 Communications.
©2010 - 2021 The Ford Family Foundation. All rights reserved. Please direct permission to reprint inquiries here.