AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps Seniors programs leverage over $1 Billion in non-AmeriCorps resources each year to strengthen community impact, build local support, and increase return on taxpayer dollars.

Public-Private Partnership Model

We partner with private sector, nonprofits, higher education, and state and local government to leverage resources for our programs and extend more opportunities for Americans to serve. 

Our agency is structured so that national service can operate as a public-private partnership.  Most organizations who receive our grants are required to obtain matching funds with non-AmeriCorps resources, which often includes private sector and corporate entities.

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Federal Partners

AmeriCorps collaborates with other federal agencies on initiatives that aim to improve lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic engagement through service and volunteering. 

In February 2018, Senior Corps (now, AmeriCorps Seniors) partnered with the Department of Justice to raise awareness about and fight elder abuse. They support the Elder Justice Initiative through the Senior Companions program, which aims to increase senior independence and security. 

In 2012, AmeriCorps NCCC partnered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to create FEMA Corps. FEMA Corps is an emergency management-focused track of AmeriCorps NCCC that sends teams of young adults to sites across the country to support FEMA in disaster preparedness and response. 


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