As Henry mentioned, CFA is one definite direction. Though not really from a "funding" angle specifically. They have a structured program for entrepreneurs that are going to be serving govt., basically like an accelerator. She could apply for that.
There are also a lot of public/private partnerships of various kinds for funding various initiatives. And a ton of foundation work in this area for the non-profit, social benefit company set.
It's a big, complicated sector. It depends on what she wants to focus on, who the constituency will be, etc. Can you give us more detail? I can probably point you in the right direction.