In 2013, Waite House received funding from the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota to implement policy, systems, and environmental changes to address health inequities experienced by low-income communities of color living in the Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis. Three coalitions were established through the initiative: the 24th Street Urban Farm Coalition, the Fitness Coalition, and the Healthy Food Access Coalition. In November 2014, a group of 14 project stakeholders were invited to a Ripple Effect Mapping discussion about the project�s impact in the community. The discussion group was made up of members of each of the three coalitions, organizational partners, community residents, micro-grant recipients, and Waite House staff. The discussion was intended to not only provide the participants a chance to consider how successful the project has been in achieving its intended goals, but also to identify the indirect or unexpected project impacts. This document describes the key ideas from the discussion.