Our plans for impact are ambitious and we will likely have to adjust these plans as we discover what we have the capacity to accomplish during the pilot. However, this is our aspirational vision of what we hope to accomplish.
Common purpose is one of the pillars of No Tribe. It is not enough to form a community of leaders worth following, we want to work towards common goals. This coordination maximizes our impact, bonds the group together, and helps communicate what No Tribe is all about.
As a group we will focus on one pressing problem at a time, and will establish goals and milestones to make sure our efforts are aligned.
The Academy is the physical headquarters for No Tribe, but we want our influence to reach outside of the city center. We will recruit leaders that want to be a part of No Tribe, but that want to establish their own small leadership groups with people from their neighborhoods.
These groups will meet regularly in places like homes and cafes, and we will give them a modest amount of funding to support their operations. They will address problems that they see in their neighborhoods, and will help us find high-potential individuals that are good candidates for our leadership programs.
We want to support local social impact organizations that align with our values and that are operating with excellence. We will set up a grant funding mechanism and give what we can to these organizations.
We will also set up a funding mechanism for our leadership program graduates that want to start their own social impact organizations. We will allow these organizations to work out of the Academy, and will provide additional support to them there.
It is important for us to coordinate large events that involve not only all of our members, but non-member volunteers as well. These events will allow us to directly engage with the community in ways that are impactful, fun, and very visible. The events will be well-planned and well-executed, and will be an important recruiting tool for us.