PACE has released a new white paper, ‘Infogagement: Citizenship and Democracy in the Age of Connection’. The paper grew out of our ‘Information and Engagement Project’, a two year conversation at PACE that involved multiple convenings across the country and dozens of interviews with leading thinkers ...[Learn More]
PACE provides a platform for thoughtful research and communications that make the case for viewing grantmaking through a civic engagement lens. We commission and collaborate on reports, papers, and other resources that aim to support effective grantmaking for our members, as well as encourage more foundations to elevate civic engagement and democratic practice as tenants of their organizational strategies and funding priorities.
PACE and the Kettering Foundation have just released a new white paper, ‘Philanthropy and the Limits of Accountability: A Relationship of Respect and Clarity’. The paper grew out of a conversation we began with PACE members over year ago about how the issues of transparency and accountability might ...[Learn More]
Sally T. Prouty, Fellow, PACE-Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement June 2013 The goal of my nearly 30 year career has been to improve the life chances of youth and young adults by highlighting their potential and the challenges they face and by advancing strategies to address the challenges. ...[Learn More]
Earlier this year, PACE and the Knight Foundation gathered local and national leaders for a day-long conversation in Detroit to exchange ideas for how we better engage communities in our increasingly connected, yet still fragmented world. The insights shared through the TED-style learning event were ...[Learn More]
Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE) is pleased to announce the release of its latest publication, “Civic Pathways Out of Poverty and Into Opportunity”. This paper is the product of nearly two years of conversation, research, deliberation and writing. PACE and its members were ...[Learn More]