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Submitted by nicky.campbell on Wed, 11/04/2020 - 11:00

Welcome to your new home

We've redesigned the Grantees & Sponsors section so you can more easily navigate to the resources you need. Watch our brief tutorial to learn more.

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Our grantees and project sponsors are proud to work with AmeriCorps

AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers represent the best of America: tirelessly serving people and communities across the country.

Barry greets people, makes coffee, and is there for any veteran who needs someone to listen and care. He has the kindest heart and service is his calling.

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AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers have the expectation and the right to serve in a safe environment, and to be treated with dignity and respect. AmeriCorps expects all program leaders and grantees to create safe service environments for our members.

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National Service Hotline

1-800-942-2677

Phone hours: Monday - Friday | 9am - 7pm ET
*For months Feb., March, April, Nov., and Dec. hotline is closed on Friday
You can also leave a message during non-business hours.

Grantee & Sponsor FAQs

Still have questions about the resources available to you as an AmeriCorps grantee? Read our most frequently asked questions.

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