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Emergency Fund Partnership Criteria

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Date Published: March 2009

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When developing a new partnership, it is important that all the program and the potential partners are clear, honest, and realistic about allotment expectations, service capabilities, and other key functions to make the partnership successful. This document, used by the Chicago Emergency Fund, describes the criteria needed to become a partner with the Chicago Emergency Fund. It may be a useful document for agencies looking to partner in developing and/or administering a new program.

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