Grants List


National Learning Community

Arise Chicago

Chicago, IL
$35,000

Arise Chicago trains, organizes and develops leadership of low-wage workers and religious allies to win concrete workplace improvements and policy changes for Chicagoland low-wage and union workers.


Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha

Minneapolis, MN
$35,000

CTUL develops the leadership of low-wage workers so workers can organize, educate one another, and lead the struggle for fair wages, better conditions, basic dignity, and a voice in the workplace.


Colorado People’s Alliance

Denver, CO
$35,000

Colorado People’s Alliance (COPA) is a racial justice, member-led organization dedicated to advancing and winning progressive social change. COPA builds power to improve the lives of all Coloradans.


Common Ground

MIlwaukee, WI
$25,000

Common Ground builds non-partisan political power to make significant social change in Greater Milwaukee.


Communities Organized for Relational Power in Action

Watsonville, CA
$35,000

COPA develops leaders to be able to identify and research the economic, social and political pressures facing families and respond through collective public action at the local and regional level.


Greater Boston Interfaith Organization

Boston, MA
$45,000

GBIO is a broad-based organization that organizes the diverse communities of Greater Boston to achieve our common good, and holds power players accountable for their public responsibilities.


Greater Cleveland Congregations

Cleveland, OH
$35,000

GCC is a powerful force for change, creating justice and opportunity in Greater Cleveland by uniting our faith communities and civic partners across lines of race, class, and religion.


ICARE

Jacksonville, FL
$30,000

ICARE was founded by clergy to start a grassroots movement of citizens who were voiceless in Jacksonville. Our mission is to powerfully address systemic injustices to bring about real social change.


Massachusetts Communities Action Network

Dorchester, MA
$35,000

MCAN is a statewide organizing network leading prophetic campaigns for racial and economic justice. Inspired by our faith, we build leadership, statewide power and organize to win opportunity for all.


One Northside

Chicago, IL
$35,000

We build collective power to eliminate injustice through bold and innovative community organizing. We accomplish this through developing grassroots leaders and acting together to effect change.


Together Colorado

Denver, CO
$35,000

Together Colorado unlocks the power of people through community organizing to bring human dignity to the center of public life with an intentional non-partisan, multi-racial, multi-faith approach.


VOICE Buffalo

Buffalo, NY
$35,000

VOICE-Buffalo is a faith based organization that is committed to building power by organizing people and money to create systemic change within social justice.


Southeast Cluster

Faith in Action Alabama

Birmingham, AL
$30,000

To honor God by achieving systemic change through faith-based community organizing to create pathways of opportunity for all Alabamians.


Greater Birmingham Ministries

Birmingham, AL
$30,000

GBM’s Mission is to serve people, build community, pursue justice.


Jeremiah Group

New Orleans, LA
$30,000

Our goal is to achieve long-term social and economic structural changes by developing a power base of relationships that will have the capacity political and social power to place community leaders at decision making tables.


Nashville Organized for Action & Hope

Nashville, TN
$30,000

NOAH is an interfaith, multi-racial organization that unites congregations, labor unions, and associations, engaging ordinary people in shaping political & economic decisions affecting their lives.


New Orleans Worker Center for Racial Justice

New Orleans, LA
$30,000

NOWCRJ brings the voices of deeply marginalized workers and communities of color— structurally unemployed Black workers, immigrant day laborers, and trafficked guestworkers— into the forefront of U.S. debate on labor policy and social inclusion.


Together Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, LA
$30,000

Together Baton Rouge helps community leaders develop skills for democratic action, builds trust in the civic sector across the lines that divide our community and brings about policy change to improve the quality of life of Baton Rouge families.


Westside Sponsoring Committee

Baton Rouge, LA
$25,000

To build trust across the lines that divide our community, train leaders to act on their capacity and take action to improve the quality of life in Iberville and West Baton Rouge Parishes.


Workers' Dignity Project

Nashville, TN
$30,000

We are a worker-led center acting collectively for economic justice and the dignity of all. We develop concrete solutions to systemic employer abuse of workers by building power through relationships with fellow low-wage workers and our allies.


Working Together Jackson

Jackson, MS
$30,000

WTJ is a broad based coalition of institutions dedicated to the renewal of Jackson through the development of a diverse Broad Based Coalition of institutions committed to non-partisan civic engagement.


Southwest Cluster

Communities Organized for Public Service

San Antonio, TX
$40,000

Our mission is to develop political power in San Antonio to protect and advance the interests of the families in our member institutions and to create a public space where individuals can act.


Los Angeles Black Worker Center

Los Angeles, CA
$30,000

LABWC seeks to promote economic and racial justice, peace, and prosperity for all of Los Angeles by developing policies and corporate practices that perpetuate equality in the labor market and end inferior jobs in the Black community.


Organization United for Respect (OUR) Southern California

Los Angeles, CA
$35,000

OUR Southern California is an organization of, by and for people who work at Walmart and in the retail sector providing peer to peer support around individual workplace challenges while working towards structural change in pay and working conditions.


Promise Arizona

Phoenix, AZ
$35,000

Mobilizes against anti-immigrant measures.


San Diego Organizing Project

San Diego, CA
$30,000

SDOP's mission is the development of local neighborhood leaders who learn to build empowering community organizations in neighborhoods throughout San Diego.


Somos Un Pueblo Unido

Santa Fe, NM
$40,000

We work to build a communities that guarantee the dignity, civil rights and worker’s rights of all people irrespective of national origin or citizenship status.


Texas Organizing Project Education Fund

Houston, TX
$35,000

Texas Organizing Project Education Fund’s (TOPEF) mission is to improve the lives of low and moderate income Texas families by building power through community organizing and civic engagement.


Valley Interfaith

Brownsfield, TX
$40,000

To develop leaders recruited from the member institutions who organize their communities to identify issues and non-partisan strategies to deal with them by active participation in democracy.


VIP Education Fund

Phoenix, AZ
$35,000

VIP is a Broad-based, non-partisan organization committed to building power through institutional leadership development for sustainable social and economic change in Maricopa County.