General Fund Guidelines
The Fund believes that significant social change ultimately requires broad participation in and democratic control of all social, political, and economic institutions. Historically, social conditions improve most dramatically when people organize on their own behalf, form alliances with other like-minded people & organizations, and build coalitions to confront and change the conditions that have denied them access, equity, and justice.
The Grant Making Committee gives preference to projects that address the root causes of social, economic, environmental, and political problems.
Before applying please consider attending one of our workshops to learn more or to see if your project meets our guidelines, please see below.
We Invite Applications From Groups That:
We Do Not Fund: