PACE produced publications to promote the value of citizen service, volunteerism and civic engagement under its former name of the Grantmaker Forum on Community & National Service. These publications are available to read and download. Select the publication you wish to read from the list below and ...[Learn More]
PACE is formerly known as the Grantmakers Forum on Community and National Service, which produced publications to promote the value of citizen service, volunteerism and civic engagement. These GFCNS archives are made available here to read and download.
Fostering a More Engaged Citizenry: Philanthropy’s Role in a Civic Reawakening By John M. Bridgeland Strengthening Democracy through Service By David Eisner Unstuck By Richard C. Harwood Re-Invigorating Democratic Participation and Activiating an Engaged Citizenry By Michelle Nunn Making ...[Learn More]
The Report Power to the Edges: Trends and Opportunities in Online Civic Engagement This report is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This report is a snapshot of the current state of online democracy in the age of connectivity brought about by the Internet and other digital ...[Learn More]
In Pursuit of Consensus: A Summary of Proceedings of the National Symposium on Service (February 1997) Highlights the key questions addressed during the National Symposium held in July 1996 and demonstrates how, across the political spectrum, there is agreement about the value of service as an ...[Learn More]