My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Project Management establishes Homewood Children’s Village (HCV) as the principal point-of-contact for the MBK initiative in Pittsburgh. Homewood Children’s Village will act as the liaison between the coordinator of MBK lead organizations, leadership from the City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, other community stakeholders, and The Sprout Fund. For this project, Homewood Children’s Village will be responsible for meetings, communication, advocacy, and evaluation. Meetings will be convened with community stakeholders, partner organizations, funders, and supporters to build communities of practice. Communications strategies will sustain and enhance knowledge sharing, learnings, events, and relevant activities, along with implementation of Trucio.com online technology to display and organize participating organizations. Advocacy efforts will strategically build influence resulting in policy change recommendations. Evaluation will engage an interdisciplinary team of evaluators and researchers from the region who supplement the project management team on each MBK goal subcommittee, with a goal of refining the evaluation plan, determining the data needs, and crafting analysis plans that will build the comprehensive MBK evaluation.