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Arca Foundation

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: Social Change

Description

The Foundation is dedicated to advancing equity, justice, and human rights. The Foundation believes that the pursuit of economic and racial justice, an inclusive democracy, human rights, and a clean environment requires an engaged citizenry that has access to information and free expression. The Foundation awards grants in two areas: Domestic and International. Domestic grants support nonprofits working to advance greater economic and racial equity, specifically by addressing the impacts of financialization on an inclusive economy, democracy, and the environment. (Local and state-based organizations must be part of a national campaign or project.) For 2020-21, the Foundation will work to make measurable shifts toward advancing racial and economic justice and democratic inclusion at the local and state level in Florida, North Carolina, Michigan, and Wisconsin. International grants are awarded to nonprofits that advance a more just U.S. foreign policy that priorities human rights and peace and security over militarization. The Foundation accepts three types of grant requests: general support requests, project support requests, and fiscally sponsored project requests. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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