GRANTEES

 

Contributions to the Emergent Fund provide urgently needed resources for movements at the front lines of resistance. In 2017, our activist-led Advisory Council has approved over $1 million in rapid-response grants. We are honored to partner with the following organizations and provide general support grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000. 

In this time of unprecedented action and engagement by ordinary Americans, the Emergent Fund also wants to contribute to inspiring but brand-new and unproven ideas getting off the ground. We will soon begin a series of smaller "seed grants" for this purpose, ranging from $3,000 to $5,000.

For more information on our grantees, please write to us at: info@emergentfund.net. Donors will receive regular email updates.

 
 
 

GRANTS

#BlackLivesMatter Channel Black Media Training Cohort

#ItTakesRoots to #GrowTheResistance for Visionary Opposition

#LeadWithLove

18MillionRising

All of Us Initiative @ Organization United for Respect (OUR), a project of the New World Foundation.

Arizona Center for Empowerment

BlackOUT Collective

Blackout for Human Rights – #MLKNOW 2017 Short Advocacy Film Series

Brown Boi Project – Gender Justice Response

Campaign for Southern Equality – Rapid Response Initiative

Center for Media Justice – Securing Freedom: Racial Justice Digital Defense

Council on American-Islamic Relations, California (CAIR-CA)

Domestic Worker Legacy Fund

Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute

Faith in Florida [PICO]

Faith in Texas – Rapid Action Network

Georgia Muslim Voter Project

Grassroots Asians Rising Alliance

Haitian Migrant Border Crisis Strategy Group

Indianapolis Community Action Network (IndyCAN)- Sanctuary and Solidarity Congregations [PICO]

Indigenous Women Rise

Interfaith Voices for Reproductive Justice

Jolt

LA Voice Muslim Organizer Capacity Building [PICO]

March to Springfield for a People and Planet First Budget

 

 

Mijente

Movement for Justice in El Barrio

Movimiento Cosecha

MPower Change

Muslim Anti-Racist Collaborative

NC Leadership Development and Rapid Response Infrastructure

New York City #FreedomCities Campaign

NM Comunidades en Acción y de Fe (CAFé) [PICO]

No Ban No Wall New Jersey/ Mpower Change

No One Stands Alone: Creating at Rapid Response Network [PICO]

Now We Rise

Oceti Sakowin People’s Climate March- Indigenous Block

Puente Human Rights Movement Rapid Response

Rapid Response to Threats to Undocumented Community Members

Soulforce: Combatting Spiritual Terrorism

Southeast Asian Freedom Network (SEAFN)

Southerners On New Ground (SONG)

Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation (SOUL)

SpiritHouse Inc/The Harm Free Zone

Texas Rapid Response Plan: A Collaboration of Texas Organizing Project, the Workers Defense Project, and the Texas Civil Rights Project

The 501-C3 2017 people of color data training initiative

The Icarus Project’s Rapid Response Program: Sustaining People & Movements for the Long Haul Ahead

Transgender Gender-Variant Intersex Justice Project (TGIJP)

Undocumented Youth & Families Defying Detention & Deportation in NM

United We Dream

We the People: Building a Progressive Infrastructure in Michigan