Western Kentucky University

ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

Partnership Funds help support karst research. An online tool created to examine Karst evolves to focus on describing karst landscapes and assessing available data for scoring indicator.Partnership Funds help support the Community in Crisis- 100 (CNC-100) project is to empower 100 African American young men with the necessary skills to succeed….Faculty and students utilize Partnership Funds for a Folk Studies program to restore an early 19th century brick house located on WKU’s Upper Green River Biological Preserve called the Gardner House.WKU and Administrative Office of the courts develop Theatre Diversion Program as a diversion experience for youth instead of regularly assigned community service.

Partnership Funds help support karst research. An online tool created to examine Karst evolves to focus on describing karst landscapes and assessing available data for scoring indicator.

Partnership Funds help support the Community in Crisis- 100 (CNC-100) project is to empower 100 African American young men with the necessary skills to succeed….

Faculty and students utilize Partnership Funds for a Folk Studies program to restore an early 19th century brick house located on WKU’s Upper Green River Biological Preserve called the Gardner House.

WKU and Administrative Office of the courts develop Theatre Diversion Program as a diversion experience for youth instead of regularly assigned community service.

Community Partnerships Funds

Community Partnership Funds (CPF) is a funding program that provides the opportunity for faculty, staff, students, or members of the community to implement campus and community partnership projects that address social issues locally and abroad. CPFs support public problem-solving through service-learning, community development or community-based research.

Goals/Outcomes

The overall goals/outcomes for the Community Partnership Funds program include the following:

  • Stimulate engagement and partnership efforts across or within academic departments as well as with the broader community
  • Address wide variety of community issues and priorities
  • Expand and improve understanding of partnership
  • Link university and community assets
  • Facilitate empowering, sustainable solutions for public problems.

Community Partnership Funds

Next deadline: We are currently not accepting applications!

Service-Learning Track - Up to $1,000

Community Development Track - Up to $3,000

Public Research Track - Up to $5,000

Visit the application page to learn more

Donate to the Partnership Funds

Make a Gift

Make a gift to the Community Partnership Funds or any ALIVE Center program by visiting the page linked above. You may also mail a donation to WKU ALIVE Center 1906 College Heights Blvd. #21095 Bowling Green, KY 42101-1095. Your donations can help fund one of our partnership projects in the future.

 

 Last Modified 9/9/13