Other Civic Health Efforts
in Washington

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The logo of Braver Angels, which is one of the civic health efforts in Washington

Braver Angels

Braver Angels is a grassroots, cross-partisan organization of conservatives, liberals, and other citizens offering proven methods to rise above the bitterness of our partisan divide and help build a civic renewal movement that seeks understanding, welcomes both accurate disagreement and common ground, and builds trust.

Learn more about Braver Angels.

Building Bridges

Snohomish County Councilmembers Jared Mead (D) and Nate Nehring (R) hosted the “Building Bridges” event in early December. They also announced at the end that they are creating a new nonprofit to bridge partisan gaps, called Building Bridges.

They plan to use the nonprofit as a vehicle to continue to talk with youth to help them engage with our current political system, have difficult conversations, and practice the tools for those conversations.

Take the pledge with Building Bridges.

The logo of Building Bridges, which is one of the civic health efforts in Washington
The logo of Civic Genius, which is one of the civic health efforts in Washington

Civic Genius

Civic Genius is a national nonpartisan civic engagement organization working to overcome political polarization and rebuild American civic culture through everyday opportunities to learn and engage. Through programs designed to meet you wherever you are in your civic engagement, then build on the common ground that already exists across personal backgrounds and political affiliations, Civic Genius is working to get our democratic experiment back on track.

Learn more about Civic Genius.

Citizen University is a national non-profit working to build a culture of powerful, responsible citizenship across the country. They equip and support civic catalysts in strengthening civic skills, habits, relationships, narratives, and values in communities throughout America.

Learn more about Citizen University.

Tri-City Civility Caucus

The Tri-City Civility Caucus is made up of community members who wish to encourage civility in our society once more. They seek to better understand each other through civil conversations, to foster civil discourse amongst elected officials, and to remind our neighbors that there is more that connects us than divides us.