The Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) is a resource for the philanthropic community on a broad range of civic participation issues. It serves as a vehicle for identifying trends, sharing best practices, engaging strategic discussions, strengthening relationships and providing and identifying resources for the field.
FCCP’s mission is to educate its membership and the larger philanthropic community about barriers to full participation, strategies for fostering democratic involvement, and the means by which effective strategies can be supported through grantmaking.
FCCP brings together grantmakers committed to enhancing democratic involvement in all dimensions of civic life, including elections, governance and the art of building strong non-partisan civic engagement organizations and coalitions.
FCCP’s interests are dynamic, reflecting the areas of critical interest to members at any given time. The Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation currently works in the areas of:
- Integrated Voter Engagement;
- Election Administration;
- Census and Redistricting; and
- Building Change in the States.
For more information about the group and its work, including full membership guidelines, visit the FCCP website.