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National Civic League’s 2019 All-America City Awards: Creating Healthy Communities through Inclusive Civic Engagement

September 14, 2018

Since 1949, the National Civic League has designated 10 communities each year as All-America Cities for their outstanding civic accomplishments.

The National Civic League is now accepting applications for the 2019 All-America City Award, focused on celebrating examples of civic engagement practices that advance health equity in local communities. We are looking for communities that demonstrate inclusive decision-making processes to create better health for all, and particularly for populations currently experiencing poorer health outcomes.

Begin your community’s application today to become a 2019 All-America City!

Cities, counties, towns and tribes wishing to apply have until March 5, 2019, to submit their application.

Unlike any other event, the All-America City Experience provides participants with lasting connections with community members and peers across the country, in-depth learning opportunities, and fun, energizing events!

DETAILS AND DATES
Applications on behalf of cities, counties, towns, or tribes are due March 5, 2019
Leaders from local government, schools, nonprofits, community foundations, libraries, chambers of commerce and youth have all led their communities to win the All-America City Award.

  •    July 2018 – June 2019: All-America City Promising Practices Webinar Series
  •    Nov. 14, 2018: Letter of Intent due (not required to apply)
  •    March 5, 2019: Application Due
  •    April 2019: Finalists Announced
  •    June 21 – 23, 2019: Awards Competition and Conference

Apply now

 

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