AmeriCorps funding offers a powerful, corps-based national service approach to community problem-solving.

Right now in Connecticut AmeriCorps members are creating real impact through national service in the lives of our state’s citizens – improving early childhood literacy, reducing chronic absenteeism, improving academic achievement, improving school-based nutrition, improving health and health insurance outcomes, advancing the response to the opioid crisis, shoring up our state’s safety net through nonprofit capacity building, and more.

Is your organization interested in leveraging a national service strategy to address a challenge in your community?

Visit the Corporation for National and Community Service National Service Fit Finder to see which arm of national service might be the best fit for your organization:

The following non-federal entities (as defined in 2 CFR §200.69) who have DUNS numbers and are registered in System for Award Management (SAM) are eligible to apply for AmeriCorps funding: Indian tribes, institutions of higher education, local governments, nonprofit organizations, and states.