Join the movement to depolarize by contributing to Civic Health Project’s nonpartisan social investment fund.
Civic Health Project is helping Americans come together across partisan divides to solve our nation’s greatest challenges. One hundred percent of contributions go directly to our portfolio projects, supporting academic research and practical interventions aimed at reducing toxic partisanship.
Why become a Civic Health Project co-investor? Civic Health Project maximizes the impact of your contribution as follows:
Due Diligence. We conduct the exhaustive research and vetting required to make impactful investments.
Grant accountability. We work with our grantees to measure and report on the impact of their work. Establishing these accountability metrics helps attract additional philanthropic investment to the depolarization field.
Leverage opportunity. We want our grantees to have the greatest impact possible and provide support beyond our financial investment. CHP’s grantee partners are able to amplify their work and take advantage of strategic opportunities and resources when they become part of our expert network of practitioners and academic researchers.
Philanthropic status. Civic Health Project is a fiscal project of Mediators Foundation, a 501c3 charitable organization. All contributions to Civic Health Project and our nonprofit grantees are fully tax-deductible and DAF-eligible.
Your contribution helps Americans overcome toxic partisanship and work together across divides to strengthen our communities and our country.
Every donation goes directly towards our portfolio investment projects. Interested in investing in one specific solution? Please contact our team for details: email@example.com.
Civic Health Project is a fiscally sponsored nonprofit organization. If you would like to donate offline, please make your check payable to Civic Health Project’s fiscal sponsor, Mediators Foundation. Checks can be sent to:
2525 Arapahoe Ave, Suite E4 #509
Boulder, CO 80302
In the notes field or memo line, please write “Civic Health Project”.