What and Where We Fund

North Carolina Congress of Latino Organizations (2018)

Amount: $220,000
End Year: 2020
Durham, NC

The North Carolina Congress of Latino Organizations is a dynamic, statewide, nonpartisan, broad-based network made up of grassroots Latino organizations (congregations, community centers, associations and labor unions) whose mission is to empower Latino immigrants throughout North Carolina and help their institutions become more relevant and effective. 

North Carolina Congress of Latino Organizations (2019)

Amount: $220,000
End Year: 2021
Durham, NC

The North Carolina Congress of Latino Organizations (The Latino Congress) is a nonpartisan broad-based network of grassroots organizations dedicated to building collective power and ensuring the fair treatment and equal opportunities of Latino immigrants in North Carolina. Since its inception, the Latino Congress has organized multiple collective public actions with average participation at each of more than 1,000 leaders from across the state. The actions are public negotiations with decision makers at different levels which are focused, but limited to, farmworker rights, immigration reform, access to health care and education. This grant provides general operating support.

North Carolina Justice Center (2018)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2020
Raleigh, NC

The North Carolina Justice and Community Development Center's mission is to eliminate poverty in North Carolina by ensuring that every household in the state has access to the resources, services and fair treatment it needs to achieve economic security.  This grant provides general operating support. 

One Voice (2019)

Amount: $350,000
End Year: 2021
Jackson, MS

The mission of One Voice is to raise the voices of traditionally silenced communities.  The organization’s constituency consists of individuals from underserved communities including communities of color, economically challenged communities, and youth from rural areas of Mississippi. This grant provides project support for One Voice's work around energy equity and budget and tax centers.

Partnership for Southern Equity (2019)

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

Partnership for Southern Equity (PSE) advances policies and institutional actions that promote racial equity and shared prosperity for all in the growth of metropolitan Atlanta and the American South. PSE primarily serves low-income and communities of color residing in the American South. This grant supports participation in an energy summit.

Partnership for Southern Equity (2018)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2020
Atlanta, GA

Partnership for Southern Equity advances policies and institutional actions that promote racial equity and shared prosperity for all in the growth of metropolitan Atlanta and the American South.  

Power Coalition (2018)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2020
Baton Rouge, LA

Power is a coalition of community-based organizations working together to move an integrated civic engagement and targeted voting strategy that seeks to unify and expand voices across the state into a stronger, more diverse voice focused on an agenda of shared issues. This grant provides re-granting support.

ProGeorgia (2018)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2020
Atlanta, GA

The mission of ProGeorgia is to direct, support and coordinate the civic engagement programs of partner organizations to build on existing networks, strengthen capacity and create economies of scale to ensure the voices of target constituencies are heard and that government is more responsive to their needs. ProGeorgia develops the infrastructure, develops and executes joint strategy, and employs new tools to win victories for a better Georgia. This grant provides general operating and regranting support. 

ProGeorgia (2019)

Amount: $400,000
End Year: 2021
Atlanta, GA

ProGeorgia’s mission is to support and coordinate the civic engagement programs of partner organizations in order to build on existing networks, strengthen capacity and create economies of scale to ensure the voices of target constituencies are heard and that government is more responsive to their needs. This grant provides general operating and regranting support. 

Reynolda House Museum of American Art (2019)

Amount: $416,900
End Year: 2022
Winston-Salem, NC

Reynolda House preserves and interprets an American country home and a premiere collection of American art ranging from the colonial period to the present. Built in 1917 by Katharine Smith Reynolds and her husband Richard Joshua Reynolds, founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., the house opened to the public as an institution dedicated to the arts and education in 1965, and as an art museum in 1967. Affiliated with Wake Forest University, Reynolda House features changing exhibitions, concerts, lectures, classes, film screenings and other events. This grant provides general operating support. 

Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation

Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth & Reconciliation (2018)

Amount: $160,000
End Year: 2020
Selma, AL

The mission of the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation is to partner with institutions to promote love, the establishment of justice and build the Beloved Community. The Center is committed to transforming and healing the root causes of psychological, environmental, economic and racial violence at personal, family, community and systemic levels. This grant provides general operating support. 

South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development (2018)

Amount: $500,000
End Year: 2020
Charleston, SC

Through a network of members and partner organizations, SCACED strives to improve the quality of life for low-wealth families and communities by advancing the community economic development industry in South Carolina.  This grant provides general operating and regranting support. 

South Carolina Community Loan Fund

South Carolina Community Loan Fund (2019)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2021
North Charleston, SC

The mission of the South Carolina Community Loan Fund is to advance equitable capital by providing loans, technical assistance and advocacy for affordable housing, healthy food, community facilities and community business enterprises. This grant provides general operating support.

Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (2018)

Amount: $175,000
End Year: 2020
College Park, GA

The mission of the Southeast Immigrant Rights Network is to lift up the voice and leadership of immigrant communities in the Southeast, both regionally and nationally. The organization promotes collaboration among members, provides political education and supports collective action to build just and inclusive communities. SEIRN envisions grassroots immigrant communities joining other marginalized communities as equal partners to build a regional movement to transform the South into a place that respects the dignity and human rights of all. This grant provides general operating support. 

Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (2019)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2020
College Park, GA

The mission of the Southeast Immigrant Rights Network is to lift up the voice and leadership of immigrant communities in the Southeast, both regionally and nationally. The organization promotes collaboration among members, provides political education and supports collective action to build just and inclusive communities. SEIRN envisions grassroots immigrant communities joining other marginalized communities as equal partners to build a regional movement to transform the South into a place that respects the dignity and human rights of all. This grant provides general operating support.

SCSJ

Southern Coalition for Social Justice (2019)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2021
Durham, NC

The Southern Coalition for Social Justice partners with communities of color and economically disadvantaged communities in the South to defend and advance political, social and economic rights through the combination of legal advocacy, research, organizing and communications. This grant provides project support.

Southern Partners Fund (2018)

Amount: $300,000
End Year: 2020
Atlanta, GA

The mission of Southern Partners Fund (SPF) is to serve rural southeastern communities and organizations seeking social, economic and environmental justice by providing financial resources, technical assistance and training and access to systems of information and power.  The organizations that receive support from SPF are based in Alabama, Arkansas Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. This grant provides general operating and regranting support. 

Southerners On New Ground (SONG) (2018)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2020
Atlanta, GA

Southerners on New Ground (SONG) is home for LGBTQ liberation across all lines of race, class abilities, age, culture, gender and sexuality in the South. The organization builds, sustains and connects a southern regional base of LBGTQ people in order to transform the region through strategic projects and campaigns developed in response to the current conditions in communities. SONG builds this movement through leadership development, intersectional analysis, and organizing. SONG’s work is focused in all southern states: Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. This grant provides general operating support. 

State Innovation Exchange

State Innovation Exchange (2019)

Amount: $200,000
End Year: 2021
Madison, WI

The State Innovation Exchange exists to support state legislators who seek to strengthen democracy, fight for working families, defend civil rights and liberties, and protect the environment. SIX accomplishes the organization’s mission through training, emphasizing leadership development, amplifying legislators’ voices, and forging strategic alliances between legislative networks and grassroots movements.This grant provides project support for State Innovation Exchange's work in NC.

Stay Together Appalachian Youth (STAY) Project (2019)

Amount: $15,000
End Year: 2020
New Market, TN

The Stay Together Appalachian Youth (STAY) Project is a regional network of young people working together to create, advocate for, and participate in safe, sustainable, engaging and inclusive communities throughout Appalachia and beyond. This grant provides general operating support.