Our Theory of Change
Hohmann Community Services Initiative’s Theory of Change is integrated in all our programs.
“Be Inclusive”: We will achieve this by targeting all community groups, and by implementing activities that recognize diversity and inclusiveness. We will always ensure that we consult with the community and practice our belief that “no community member should be left behind”.
“Be accessible”: Hohmann Community Services Initiative will access and be accessible to poor and low income groups in Snohomish and King County, and will provide space for community groups to consult and check in. Our aim is to support and strengthen these groups and develop and promote linkages, referrals, as well as evidence-based replicable breakthrough solutions, to underserved and hidden communities facing problems in accessing social services.
“Be a resource”: We will achieve this by coordinating and disseminating resources and information flow related to available social services and community programs, in order to strengthen and develop the capacity of poor and low income groups and ensure sustainable impact at scale.
“Build Collaboration & Partnerships”: This activity will be at the center of the above three focus areas of change. Hohmann Community Services Initiative will collaborate with individuals, nonprofits, communities, government sectors, businesses and private enterprises, with whom we will form linkages and referrals to ensure poor and low income groups in Snohomish and King County, WA, access basic human services.