Helping Communities Work welcomes collaborations with state service commissions, which are governor designated public agencies or nonprofit organizations. The commissions operate at state and local levels granting more than $300 million from federal national service funds while matching these federal dollars from state and local sources to support citizen service and volunteerism in America. These funds support more than 40,000 AmeriCorps members throughout the country. https://www.statecommissions.org/Helping
Helping Communities Work promotes national and community service as a collective workforce pipeline, which can advance sustainable development in the nonprofit community and across all industries and sectors. The process is guided by a Federal Reserve System report entitled, "Understanding Climate Risk: What We Learned from Workforce Development Professionals".
A new study released in July of 2020 by Voices for National Service demonstrates that every $1 in federal taxes invested in AmeriCorps and Senior Corps returns $17.30 to society, program members and the federal government.