Each election cycle, FCCP crafts a series of programs to help those in the philanthropic community hone in on the most important issues to better support critical and evolving needs in the field. These opportunities provide a space for peer conversation and learning during quickly shifting electoral changes, whether it is addressing voter engagement and registration among communities of color, how elections can be conducted safely and fairly, combating voter suppression efforts, or tackling misinformation and disinformation. State, regional, and national field and funder experts join together for these hour long discussions to advance related civic engagement practices.
FCCP also hosts a post election briefing that brings together practitioners and funders to reflect on the course of the election year, analyze effective strategies, and address collaborative ways to further shape the civic engagement landscape in the years to come, that allow for alignment and collective action in a new policy and funding environment.
Click on an Election Series year below to explore program archives and highlights.