Developing leaders to uplift and transform communities so that all people have opportunities to thrive.
A world where everyone is empowered to be all that they are created to be, regardless of the zip code in which they happen to live.
Alliance seeks to eliminate inequalities in all 254 counties throughout the great state of Texas and beyond.
Over the last 21 years:
We have worked to strengthen more than 28,000 individual leaders and organizations to transform marginalized communities.
We have led or supported 25 collaboratives or collective impact projects. We believe that by working collaboratively, we can tackle the root causes of economic and health disparities.
Alliance for Greater Works was founded in 2001 as the Faith and Philanthropy Institute with the goal of preparing, training, and equipping faith-based leaders and organizations to affect positive, measurable change in their communities. In 2014, a shift in strategy initiated rebranding and a name change. The new name of Alliance for Greater Works was chosen to reflect our priority of unlocking the power and potential of investors, leaders and organizations "working together" to transform marginalized communities. By working together, we achieve "greater works."
We are champions for those who need championing and defenders for those who need defending.
We are passionate leaders dedicated to fulfilling our mission.
Join a team of passionate professionals working to tackle the root causes of economic and health disparities.
We value a Biblical view of leadership that seeks the welfare of others, engages the gifts of all, heals divisions and accomplishes shared goals.
We seek to build strong and long-term relationships that are grounded in trust and respect and fostering those same behavior in others.
We are committed to diverse people and sectors working together to achieve greater impact and solve social ills.
We are committed to quality service and work results.
We seek the physical, social, and spiritual transformation of people and places, focusing on marginalized communities in Texas.