Support the Massachusetts Center for Civic Education

A survey recently conducted by the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania found that more than thirty-five percent of Americans can not name a branch of our government and only thirty-four percent could name one branch. Your support will help us remedy this and many other unknowns in our government to help our future generations become responsible citizens. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the support of the organizations and individuals within our community and state to help us promote civic awareness in our schools. Whether you wish to volunteer your time or make a donation to help sponsor the schools and classes in your community, we are grateful for your support.

Make a Donation

Our 501c.3 status has been approved and we are now accepting donations to help fund initiatives in districts across the Commonwealth.  Your funds will help provide professional development resources, textbooks, learning opportunities and help us continue the work we do to help promote civic education. Click the link below to donate. 

Foundational Support

Become A Volunteer

Even if you are not an educator, our program depends on police officers, judges, elected officials, scholars, and others to be successful. Volunteers are needed to work with teachers in the classrooms, to coach teams, to judge competitions, and to share their expertise and experiences in training opportunities and the development of materials and website information. You are needed and are welcome.

Volunteer Form

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Massachusetts Center for Civic Education.

Volunteer Inquiry Form
It would be helpful to know the schools and teachers in your area that might need assistance and support with our programs.