The civic engagement grant program enables members of the Alliance for Children and Families to implement strategies that encourage and give weight to the authentic voices of community residents.
Since 2005, the civic engagement program has awarded $546,000 to 60 Alliance members.
Intergenerational Mentoring Mini-Grant Program
The intergenerational mentoring mini-grant program is designed to support unique programs that connect older adults and youth as partners in civic engagement.
This program is opperated through a joint partnership between the Civic Engagement program and Alliance New Age of Aging initiative.
Information about the 2012 awards is available below, along with a link to details about each organization's grant-funded project.
- 2012: five members received $30,000
Partnership Grant Program
This support helps advance social changes that improve quality of life and bolster the chances of success for vulnerable children, families, and communities, as well as improve quality of life.
Information about the past three grant cycles is available below, along with a link to details about each organization’s grant-funded initiative.
2010: Grantee Partners
2009: Grantee Partners
2008: Grantee Partners
Contact the Alliance Civic Engagement Department with questions.