April 2021—
12:00 pm

Online discussion

This is a funder-only discussion.


The economic, health and social destruction wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic has been enormous, with over half a million U.S. deaths and millions more facing detrimental health consequences.

Many parts of the country are also struggling to mitigate steep disparities by race, immigrant status, disability, and more. Addressing these disparities has been difficult with a civic infrastructure that has been crumbling over the past two decades, and getting worse with partisan polarization and networks of disinformation.

How can we use this opportunity to build a better civic infrastructure that can meet the modern-day challenges and needs for effective and equitable rapid response?

Join us on Friday, April 9, as we learn more about promising innovations around the country, and ways to map out a collective strategy to build a stronger civic infrastructure that can serve us in the coming decade.

This program is co-sponsored with:
United Philanthropy Forum
Grantmakers in Health
Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation
Census Legacies