Over the past year, we’ve seen the rise of hate crimes against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, and the escalating alarms that AAPI communities have raised about long standing attacks that have culminated in further violence. Read more.
We are pleased to invite your help in promoting our national search for our next exceptional Executive Director. This leadership position is an outstanding opportunity to expand and transform civic engagement grantmaking. Learn more.
FCCP’s redistricting program is designed to engage, educate, and mobilize funders to invest in redistricting, with a particular focus on historically undercounted, under-resourced, and underrepresented communities. Review our redistricting resources and request to join our redistricting listserv.
What unfolded at the U.S. Capitol Building on Wednesday, January 6th was a direct assault on our democratic values and institutions and a flagrant display of the white supremacy that permeates our society and its institutions. Read our statement and hear from our members.
As a civic participation funder network, we recognize the role and responsibility philanthropy has in either perpetuating or dismantling systems of oppression. We must call on each other to fight white supremacy and support racial justice and equity through civic engagement funding and sharing of power. Read our full statement.