The national survey by the Institute for Citizens & Scholars’ (ICS) at Princeton University, September…
The FCA seeks to advance civic health in Florida’s communities. Civic health relates to the overall wellbeing of residents, neighborhoods, and communities, using their voice to find solutions to key issues where they live and work. Communities with strong indicators of civic health have higher employment rates, stronger schools, libraries and parks, better physical health, more responsive governments, and their residents live longer healthier lives.
Better communities are civically healthy, prosperous, inclusive and supportive. Let's work together to realize this vision of advancing civic health for the whole community.
Facilitating citizen and neighborhood involvement with local government to advance civic health
Promoting voter education, volunteering and philanthropy as keys to civic health
Enhancing the business sector’s participation in civic health and community improvement
Connecting generations in intergenerational in advancing civic health
Supporting civic education to advance civic health for generations to come
Strengthening the nonprofit sector’s capacity to achieve civic health outcomes in Florida's communities
We welcome members involvement in workgroup activities including programming for FCA summits and meetings, Civic health webinars, assistance in developing civic health best practices.