Social change grants – Dec 2
Posted by Resist on November 15, 2022
Resist invites applications for social change, justice grants
Boston-based Resist redistributes resources back to frontline communities at the forefront of change while amplifying their stories of building a better world.
Groups aligned with Resist will have their work located within an ecology of social justice organizations, know how their work fits into a greater whole, and reflect a clear understanding of purpose and function within movements for social change. They have an intersectional / cross-issue analysis and work actively against white and Christian supremacy, capitalism, gender and sexual oppression, and all forms of patriarchy, and are led by those most affected by structural oppression. Two types of grants will be awarded at this deadline:
General Support: Grants of up to $4,000 will be awarded to support groups building movements for justice and liberation and resisting systemic oppression through grassroots/cultural organizing, artmaking, and resilience building.
Accessibility: Grants of up to $4,000 will be awarded to fund the additional costs of making projects or events more accessible to community members with specific accessibility needs.
Applicants must have an organizational budget under $150,000 per year, be based in the United States, be tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) according to the Internal Revenue Code or be a federally recognized American Indian tribal government or agency or be sponsored by a previously listed entity.
For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the Resist website.
Deadline: December 2, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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