Hawai'i People's Fund
DescriptionThe Fund makes grants to, supports, and amplifies the work of Hawai'i-based grassroots organizations challenging systems of oppression. Grants are made to organizations committed to long-term social change through a more equitable distribution of power, resources, and wealth in Hawai'i. The Fund incorporates an intersectional approach to social justice and community organizing. Grants are awarded in the following categories: action research, cultural activism, human and civil rights, environmental and economic justice, movement building, political organizing, grassroots leadership, youth organizing, Indigenous rights, workers' rights, reproductive justice, public policy advocacy, and peace and international solidarity. Visit the Web site for additional information and application instructions.
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