The purpose of this project support grant is to support the Restorative Justice Fund, an experimental fund created and managed by the Climate Justice Action Table which sits within the Greater New Orleans Funders Network.
The purpose of this grant is to support the Energy Justice Institute’s development and dissemination of equity-focused energy policy tools, model legislation and model projects in partnership with frontline communities and policymakers.
The purpose of this grant is to provide general program support to the People’s Advocacy Institute’s (PAI) work to advance community-led initiatives for self-determination and community-driven solutions to social inequities.
To support the Rutgers Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development’s Black and Latino Technology Program and Accelerate 2020 CEO Academy aimed at growing minority owned businesses and supporting entrepreneurs of color building tech businesses.
The purpose of this grant is to support the Constellations Network in the building of a Narrative and Culture change ecosystem that centers and amplifies QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and Immigrant communities) artists who are shifting worldviews from domination and extraction to collaboration and interdependence – Artist Disruptors.
To support Black Innovation Alliance in developing the role of convener and backbone organization for Black-led Entrepreneur Support Organizations and Innovator Support Organizations to build capacity, collectively advocate, and source funding opportunities.
For Local Progress to support, connect and unite local elected officials in advancing racial and economic justice. Funds will also help Local Progress organize members to collaborate across cities for impact at the state and national level.
To support a pioneering initiative to connect minority entrepreneurs to tech-based business opportunities and growth industries, while enabling full program sustainability by piloting a new fee-for-service revenue model.
To support the Greenlining Institute’s Racial Equity Civic Fellowship, which is a full-time detailed staff person housed with the City of Oakland’s Economic Development to advance and implement a racial equity agenda that results in inclusive growth, increased economic security, and reduced racial income disparities.