What and Where We Fund

Democracy North Carolina (2020)

Amount: $450,000
End Year: 2022
Durham, NC

Democracy North Carolina is a nonpartisan organization that uses research, organizing, training and advocacy to increase voter participation, reduce the influence of big money in politics and achieve a government truly “of, by and for the people.” This grant provides general operating and regranting support.

El Pueblo, Inc (2020)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2022
Raleigh, NC

To build collective power through leadership development, organizing, and direct action so that the Latin American community and other marginalized communities control their own stories and destinies. This grant provides general operating support. 

Faith in Action Alablama (2018)

Amount: $180,000
End Year: 2021
Birmingham, AL

Faith in Action Alabama’s mission is to serve as a vehicle for faith communities across race and faith lines to build and wield power at the grassroots level in order to dismantle white supremacy at the local and state levels in Alabama, creating pathways of opportunity for all Alabamians. Faith in Action Alabama’s volunteer base is approximately 70 percent African American and 30 percent Caucasian. Faith in Action consists of congregational hubs in Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile and Montgomery. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children (2019)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2020
New Orleans, LA

Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC) is committed to abolishing all forms of state violence against black youth through transformative organizing, holistic leadership development, and advocacy. This grant provides general operating support.

Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children (2020)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2021
New Orleans, LA

Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC) is a grassroots, state-wide, membership-based, inter-generational organization working to transform the systems that put children at risk of prison. Through empowerment, leadership development, and training we strive to keep children from going to prison and support those who have and their families. This grant provides general operating support and was in response to COVID-19.

Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky (2019)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2022
Chavies, KY

FAKY aims to be a catalyst for community collaboration and charitable giving, by building capacity and creating permanent, locally controlled community assets as sustainable resources to improve quality of life in southeastern Kentucky. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

GALEO (2019)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2021
Atlanta, GA

The GALEO Latino Community Development Fund was created to promote and engage the Latino community in leadership development and civic engagement activities.  This grant provides general operating support.

GALEO Latino Community Development Fund (2018)

Amount: $250,000
End Year: 2021
Atlanta, GA

GALEO’s mission is to increase participation of the Latino community and develop prominent Latino leaders throughout the state of Georgia. The GALEO Latino Community Development Fund (GLCDF) was created to promote and engage the Latino community in leadership development and civic engagement activities. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Georgia ACT

Georgia ACT, Inc. (2019)

Amount: $255,000
End Year: 2022
Atlanta, GA

The mission of Georgia Advancing Communities Together (Georgia ACT) is to build and support a statewide network of thriving member organizations and trained professionals engaged in housing and community development serving families with limited housing choices. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Inc. (2019)

Amount: $337,500
End Year: 2022
Atlanta, GA

Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s mission is to advance lasting solutions that expand economic opportunity and well-being for all Georgians. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

GLAHR

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (2019)

Amount: $225,000
End Year: 2022
Atlanta, GA

The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights is a grassroots, community organizing, non-profit that develops statewide grassroots leadership in Latino immigrant communities in Georgia. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

GLAHR

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (2019)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2020
Atlanta, GA

The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights is a grassroots, community organizing, non-profit that develops statewide grassroots leadership in Latino immigrant communities in Georgia. This grant provides general operating support.

Grantmakers for Southern Progress (2019)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2022
Atlanta, GA

The mission of Grantmakers for Southern Progress is to help achieve significant and sustained progress in the economic, social and political outcomes of those who are least well off economically, politically and socially in the South. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Homes of Hope, Inc. (2018)

Amount: $225,000
End Year: 2021
Greenville, SC

Homes of Hope (HoH) rebuilds communities and individual lives through housing, economic, and workforce development.  This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Hope Enterprise Corporation (2019)

Amount: $450,000
End Year: 2022
Jackson, MS

The mission of Hope Enterprise Corporation is to strengthen communities, build assets and improve lives in economically distressed areas of the Deep South by advancing financial inclusion, increasing access to drivers of economic mobility and advocating for aligned systems change. This grant provides project support for Small Towns Partnership and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Institute for Southern Studies (2019)

Amount: $225,000
End Year: 2022
Durham, NC

The mission of the Institute for Southern Studies is to expose injustice, strengthen democracy and build a community of change to promote a more equitable, democratic and sustainable South. Through public interest media, strategic research, education and outreach initiatives, ISS links people to information, analysis and tools to build a better future in the South. This grant provides general operating support and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Institute for Southern Studies (2020)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2021
Durham, NC

The mission of the Institute for Southern Studies is to expose injustice, strengthen democracy and build a community of change to promote a more equitable, democratic and sustainable South. Through public interest media, strategic research, and education and outreach initiatives, the Institute links people to information, analysis and tools to build a better future in the South. This grant provides general operating support and was in response to COVID-19.

Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy

Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (2019)

Amount: $100,000
End Year: 2021
Washington, DC

The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts rigorous analyses of tax and economic proposals and provide data-driven recommendations on how to shape equitable and sustainable tax systems. This grant provides project support for ITEP's work in the South and was extended in response to COVID-19.

Just Florence Recovery (2020)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2021
Raleigh, NC

A Just Florence Recovery is a coalition of North Carolina organizations, formed to provide community-based support and shift the narrative about what a just, equitable recovery that centers those most impacted by climate disasters looks like. We are committed to providing recovery management and planning that is community-led and survivor-driven. This grant provides general operating support and was in response to COVID-19.

Kentucky Coalition (2018)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2020
London, KY

The Kentucky Coalition is a statewide citizens' organization that works with its sister organization, Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, for a new balance of power and a just society.