Civic Engagement

Leadership Training for Engaging Our Community

This year, PACT is training 115 leaders intensively to engage over 1,800 people to work on making local policy changes related to housing, crime, and keeping our children out of the prison system. To win justice, PACT holds ‘direct action’ meetings with thousands of community members, encouraging public officials to take action and holding them accountable by using the power of organized communities. Once PACT members... more »

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Environment & Public Space

Youth Interactive Learning Stations at Gratigny Plateau Park

Access to public spaces is an integral part of community well-being. The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is committed to helping create and sustain public spaces, like Gratigny Plateau Park, that are accessible, enriching and vibrant. Installation of interactive learning stations at the park will enhance the children’s cognitive development and discovery while they play. Examples of learning stations include: freestanding... more »

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Civic Engagement

PhilanthroFest 2015 Festival! Get the 411 on 4/11 at Museum Park

Increase volunteerism, community engagement and donor investment throughout South Florida with the PhilanthroFest 2015 Festival. Entering it's 4th year, the festival showcases 100+ causes & community resources while connecting people in need to service providers, and those who wish to get involved, donate or volunteer connect with organizations that align with their passions and values. Philanthrofest is scheduled... more »

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Economy

Ignition Accelerator for Nonprofits and Social Ventures

The Ignition Accelerator provides early-stage development for innovative ideas with social impact. The program is for non-profits and individuals to help develop viable and sustainable social programs. Our curriculum is based on developing successful non-profit and social ventures. We apply entrepreneurial principles to social impact projects by focusing on (1) rapid access to funding, (2) intensive educational programming... more »

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