FUNDERS, AFFINITY GROUPS, AND FUNDERS COLLABORATIVES
Get connected with these funders, affinity groups, and funder collaboratives that are supporting organizing at the intersection of police accountability and racial justice. To get connected directly with NFG and your funder colleagues, contact us.
AFFINITY GROUPS AND FUNDER COLLABORATIVES
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The Criminal Justice Initiative (CJI) is a cross-class funding circle made up of community organizers and activist donors. Together we identify, fund, and nurture grassroots activism led by formerly incarcerated people working to transform the criminal justice system in the United States.
ABFE is a membership-based philanthropic organization that advocates for responsive and transformative investments in Black communities. Partnering with foundations, nonprofits and individuals, ABFE provides its members with professional development and technical assistance resources that further the philanthropic sector’s connection and responsiveness to issues of equality, diversity and inclusion.
AAPIP leverages resources for our communities to develop their capacity to meet their needs and solve problems. To achieve these goals, AAPIP uses two key strategies: (1) to advocate for more philanthropic resources from institutions and (2) to build philanthropy within our communities. These two strategies are implemented through our targeted campaigns and innovative programs.
The Bay Area Justice Funders Network (BAJFN) is alliance of funders working to advance a justice agenda and strengthen grantmaking for social justice movements in the Bay Area and beyond.
#BlackLivesMatter Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Justice put forward an open letter. Read the letter and sign your name.
Bolder Giving's mission is to inspire and support people to give at their full lifetime potential.
The Executives’ Alliance is a national philanthropic alliance that will “evaluate promising approaches, advocate for effective public policy and systems change, and invest in young men as assets for America’s future.”
Funders for LGBTQ Issues seeks to mobilize philanthropic resources that enhance the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities, promote equity, and advance racial, economic and gender justice. We seek to accomplish our mission by...
We are renewing our commitment to fostering racial equity. The board and staff of The Saint Paul Foundation and Minnesota Community Foundation, Minnesota Philanthropy Partners affiliates, have adopted a new racial equity framework to guide us forward in this work.
NCRP promotes philanthropy that serves the public good, is responsive to people and communities with the least wealth and opportunity, and is held accountable to the highest standards of integrity and openness.
Resource Generation organizes young people with wealth and class privilege in the U.S. to become transformative leaders working towards the equitable distribution of wealth, land and power.
Solidaire is a community of people with wealth, aligning their resources with movements that promote dignity, justice, and equality.
The Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) exists to promote civic participation as a key to making our democracy work. FCCP serves leaders in the philanthropic community working to further this vision with heightened attention to issues of equity and historically disenfranchised and underrepresented communities. FCCP's members support non-partisan efforts to engage voters, eliminate structural barriers to voting, advance reforms to improve government and electoral systems, and inspire public involvement in civic life.
The Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE) is a multiyear initiative intended to increase the amount and effectiveness of resources aimed at combating institutional and structural racism in communities through capacity building, education and convening of grantmakers and grantseekers.
The SRC makes strategic grants to protect and restore the civil rights of individuals whose communities have been targeted for profiling, surveillance, hate crimes and discrimination in the post-9/11 security environment of the United States.
Women Donors Network is a community with a purpose -- connecting, learning, and taking action together to promote a more just, equitable, and sustainable world.
The New York Foundation is a steadfast supporter of community organizing and advocacy. Our grants support community-initiated solutions to solve local problems, constituents mobilizing for adequate and equitable resources, and groups organizing a collective voice among those whose voices have not been heard.
North Star Fund is New York’s community foundation supporting grassroots groups leading the movement for equality, economic justice and peace.
The Open Society Foundations advance human rights and justice around the world by advocating equality for minorities and women, supporting international war crimes tribunals, and helping institute national legal reforms to ensure freedom of information, promote sentencing alternatives, and protect the rights of criminal defendants.
Resist supports grassroots organizations on the frontlines of the movement for social justice.
Third Wave Fund is the only national fund that supports and strengthens youth-led gender justice activism focusing on efforts that advance the political power, well-being, and self determination of communities of color and low-income communities in the US. We partner with institutions and individual donors to invest resources in under-funded regions and social justice youth movements.
The mission of the UU Veatch Program at Shelter Rock is to “provide support for efforts within the religious and spiritual mission of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock where their purposes are best served by outside agencies acting under the Veatch Program and the Congregation.”