Movement Day Tucson

Collaborating Leaders & Community Members to Launch a Transformational Prototype

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    Addressing the root causes of poverty with data-driven solutions that align with biblical principles.

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  • Economic Opportunity Taskforce Taskforce

    Increasing accessibility of individuals to directly participate in elevating their standard of living.

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    This collaboration is spreading beyond our group and reaching out to the people living in the Amphi neighborhood. We are getting closer to sharing the first prototype with the community!

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  • 4Tucson facilitators summarize their groups' prototypes for the Amphi neighborhood.

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  • Video 2: "This is Amphi"

View Amphi March '21 Survey Results

Transformation Prototypes Written Summaries

  • Prototype 1: Resource Network

    Connecting all local resources together as well as a place where individuals can share their needs with the community's resource providers and be partnered with a mentor.

  • Prototype 2: Amphi Empowerment Hub

    Investing in Youth & equipping them to invest in the community through education and job training, keeping the community's youth involved in the Amphi neighborhood's economic development.

  • Prototype 3: A Community School

    A 24-7 education center for youth & adults. Includes job skills, the arts, micro-lending;  supporting organizations that cultivate a sense of safety, open communications, community re-investment & trust within the community.

  • Prototype 4: Branding for Amphi

    Amphi Coalition & neighborhood residents collaborate to establish a unique identity for the community, to build identity & pride in the community, help establish healthy economic growth.

  • Prototype 5: Asking Questions

    Learn why students are not participating in internship program designed to increase graduation rates & employment opportunities, learn how to draw students in to participate & envision a brighter future for themselves.

  • Prototype 6: Community & Relationships

    Providing resources that lead to relationships, developing individuals through relationships, and training those individuals to invest in others.


  • Prototype 7: Learning More about the Community

    Surveys that assess what is going on in the community; learning about the needs and desires of the community and hearing from them.

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