We consistently hear that the cross-network TRCC space that TRCC facilitates on an ongoing basis (rather than a one-off conference) is very valuable and possibly unique.  Trathen Heckman of Daily Acts says that the Catalyst social justice training and collaborative proposal opportunities significantly deepened their trusted partnership with Bay Localize to strengthen social justice within the Community Resilience Challenge campaign. Kelley Rajala of Living Economies claims that the TRCC’s moral support for emergent thinking and the invitation to develop a collaborative proposal motivated her and her colleagues to develop insights and plans much more creatively and courageously than they would otherwise have done. Michelle Holliday of New Stories credits TRCC for finding her ally Michael Toye of CCEDN.