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The Pew Partnership for Civic Change is a civic research organization that provides consulting and program support to communities, governments, foundations, and nonprofit agencies. We help clients identify and implement solutions and strategies crucial to making communities stronger.

The Pew Partnership for Civic Change was established in 1992 as a civic research organization with primary funding from The Pew Charitable Trusts. In 2004 the Partnership moved from an intermediary organization for the Trusts to a stand-alone nonprofit consulting firm as an administrative unit of the University of Richmond. Today, the Pew Partnership for Civic Change is funded by foundations, nonprofits, and governments. For more information about the history of the Pew Partnership, review this historical timeline.

Some things have not changed:

  • We continue to retain a prestigious national advisory board which meets semi-annually to review and make recommendations on the Pew Partnership’s operations.
  • Our president is Dr. Suzanne Morse.
  • Our talented staff remains ready to serve you:
  • Most importantly, our work continues to be driven by the same three questions:
    • What are the strategies that every community needs to be successful?
    • What information do communities need to improve their outcomes on challenges and opportunities?
    • How can we motivate and prepare more civic leaders to take active roles in their community?

If these are among the questions which concern you, your community, or your organization then contact us. Building on three decades of collective experience improving the quality of life in communities of all sizes, we stand ready to assist you in your efforts.

Read more about the Pew Partnership for Civic Change in our annual newsletter.

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