Together We Transform
Under-Resourced Communities Across the Globe
Searching for how to take your work from good to great? We can help.
WHAT WE DO
Founded in 2001, Alliance for Greater Works' mission is to strengthen and position leaders and organizations to transform under-resourced communities. Our vision is a world without under-resourced communities. We achieve greater works by offering services to foundations, churches, businesses, nonprofits, and governments in three major categories:
Leadership & Community Training
Leadership & Community Training
We help equip leaders with the skills & support they need to effectively lead and/or positively impact under-resourced communities.
We build collaboratives that bring together residents, public, and private stakeholders to achieve large-scale change.
leaders & organizations supported
international initiatives launched
years of experienced
We help leaders passionate about change
We bring together diverse sectors to
advance equity in communities
"Sherrye Willis organized, directed, and managed the “administrative backbone” for the Working in Neighborhoods Strategically (WINS) effort from 2014-2016. Sherrye demonstrated able leadership, coupled with effective interpersonal skills and relationship-building skills. As a result, WINS did an excellent job creating a common agenda, a continuous communication program, and executing five mutually reinforcing strategies. I enjoyed partnering with Sherrye Willis to implement the WINS strategic agenda and improve the lives of the residents of Fair Park/South Dallas."
- Children's Health Systems of Texas
"Alliance for Greater Works is a solution-based organization providing quality training and consulting. From 2003-2006, Greater Works served as the Foundation for Community Empowerment’s capacity building partner in the development of our successful, one of a kind, outcomes-based Building Capacity Building Communities program, made possible through a Compassion Capital Fund grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families. As part of the initiative, Alliance worked with us to train over 125 Dallas grass roots organizations in organizational development and to distribute over $1.3 million in sub-grants."
-FCE Foundation for Community Empowerment
"Dallas Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC), a faith-based organization that offers workforce development for women in underserved areas of Dallas county, hired AGW to work with our board and staff to develop a three-year strategic plan. Responsive and encouraging, AGW consultant team has remained committed to assisting Dallas CWJC in moving to the next level in ministry offerings and capacity, committing multiple resources to the fact-gathering, visioning, strategizing and action-planning steps in the strategic planning process. AGW stands clearly committed to their mission of equipping ministries and leaders to move toward superior effectiveness in offering hope and a brighter future to low-income communities."
-Dallas Christian Women Job Corps
"Alliance for Greater Works is a valuable resource to The Urban Alternative’s National Church Adopt-A-School Initiative’s comprehensive training. The National Church Adopt-A-School Initiative (NCAASI) addresses the spiritual and social needs of urban youth and families through a church and public school partnership, based on the Dallas, TX Project Turn Around (PTA) model at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. Alliance for Greater Works has worked closely with The Urban Alternative to provide an additional pair of hands to our staff in program design, implementation, and technical support to churches, ministries, and faith-based organizations throughout the United States."
-Dr. Tony Evans, The Urban Alternative