Mixteco/indigina community organizing project
Grants & Impact Investing
Youth Organizing Capacity Building InitiativeThis three-year collaborative launched in 2018 to strengthen the effectiveness of nonprofits that work to increase the number of young people leading grassroots social justice campaigns. Nonprofit partners receive multi-year Unrestricted Operating Support grants and participate in a peer learning community. In 2019, Initiative funders announced $4.1 million in grants to 26 nonprofits engaged in youth organizing. We are proud to partner here with the Annenberg Foundation, California Community Foundation, the Liberty Hill Foundation, and The California Endowment. To learn more, click here.
John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows Program
Named after the late civil rights leader, the John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows pilot program strengthens the regional network of next-generation leaders. This program helps emerging leaders develop their adaptive leadership skills, hone their leadership stance, improve their ability to develop more effective campaign strategies, and better access resources that support them as leaders of movement building organizations. To learn more, click here.