More About CSA
- CSA serves as the corporate nonprofit for its membership organizations. Fight Crime: Invest in Kids was launched in 1996 followed by ReadyNation/America’s Edge (2008), Mission: Readiness (2009), Shepherding the Next Generation (2010) and Champions for America’s Future (2013).
- CSA membership organizations address public policy issues that are of interest to the distinct members of each organization and that relate to the future strength of our nation.
- Members of each CSA organization engage in a variety of activities including releasing research reports at press conferences, writing opinion pieces in the media and meeting with policy makers to educate them on effective investments that help children succeed.
- CSA saves money by pooling resources in areas such as administration, research and fund raising.
- CSA is supported by national and local foundations, corporations and individuals. CSA does not accept funding from any local, state or federal government agency.