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Grants Supporting Public Engagement

Made possible through funding first from the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation and then from the James Irvine Foundation's California Democracy Fund, the Davenport Institute Public Engagement Grant Program supported communities through funded-service grants for designing and implementing a vibrant civic engagement process. The grant program ran for 9 years, from 2008 - 2017 and supported a range of public engagement projects from difficult budget decisions to tough land use problems, to public safety to projects focused on underserved and underrepresented resident populations. 


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