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Civic Engagement

Do you want to learn more about what’s going on in your community? Do you want to get involved in the important issues impacting our community and our state? Do you want to work with other individuals who care about making change?

Then get involved with one of Network Delaware’s Civic Engagement initiatives! We have options for people in all areas of the state, things you can do from home or in-person, and for all levels of experience.

We focus on getting people involved in the community and connecting efforts across the state. Here you can join our Civic Action Alerts, Network general meetings, or our community coaching team. You can also get involved with our partners including: the Community Policy Initiative, Delaware Call media group, and partner policy issue campaigns/projects.

Whether you're looking to get involved with an existing initative or start your own project, our team is here to get you involved with others!


Current Civic Engagement Programs

Community Policy Initiative

The Community Policy Initiative (CPI) is an independent, nonpartisan public policy support organizat...

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Action Teams

Our Action Teams focus on impacting policy, improving their own neighborhoods, understanding how to ...

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Civic Action Alerts

Do you want to contribute to social change efforts, but don't have a lot of time? Do you want to kno...

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The Delaware Call

The Delaware Call is an independent media group that engages in investigative journalism, political ...

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People's Congress

The People’s Congress is a “legislative training ground” for those who wish to improve their u...

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Leadership Development

Do you want the skills to unite people around a common goal in your community? Do you want to support those around you in developing their own leadership? Do you want the strategic tools to propel change?

Civic Engagement

Do you want to learn more about what’s going on in your local school board or city council? Do you want to learn the important news impacting our community and our state?