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Grants to USA Grassroots Social Change Organizations
in Multiple States to Support the Anti-Racism Movement

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Haymarket People's Fund

Deadline Date:

12/01/21 5:30 Receipt

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Grants to USA grassroots social change organizations in multiple states to support the anti-racism movement. Applicants that have not been funded in the last three years must contact the office prior to applying. Funding is intended for organizations that address the root causes of injustice. Eligible applicants are located in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

Haymarket funds both start-up groups (emerging) and groups that are more established (movement building).

  1. Emerging Groups: Grassroots groups that are start-ups or are in the earlier stages of development. Organizations at this stage often focus on self-definition, understanding the root causes of the problems they are facing, leadership development, and capacity building. Emerging groups are typically less than five years old; however, groups coming out of a dormant phase or going through a period of transformation or rebirth may also fall into this category.
  2. Movement Building Groups: More developed organizations that have a well established identity and position within their community, a clear track record, and are actively working to strengthen the social justice movement. Effective organizations at this stage have a clear vision and mission, a solid understanding of the root causes of the problems they face, strong constituency leadership, well developed organizing strategies, and a demonstrated commitment to anti-racist movement building.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 148223

Estimated Size of Grant:

Grant awards range up to $15,000.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

You do not have to have 501(c)3 tax exempt status from the IRS or a fiscal sponsor in order to get a grant from Haymarket. You can apply if your work falls within what the IRS defines as charitable or educational tax-exempt activities.

For a list of ineligible applicants and expenses, https://abea48a3-2161-400b-b981-7c60169bf214.filesusr.com/ugd/625fa0_41629bccaa144ecb9025b7903e513180.pdf#page=5.

Pre-Application Information:

Timeline: Proposals must be emailed or delivered to the office by 5:30 pm on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Postmark dates or late emails are not relevant, and those proposals will not be considered.

Groups will be notified by early spring if they have been selected for an interview; however, please note that an interview does not guarantee funding. Interviews are held in the spring.

Groups are notified of grant decisions in June.

How to Apply for a Haymarket Sustaining Grant
1. Read through this Grant Information package carefully. Evaluate whether the project or work for which you are requesting funds fits the criteria and goals.
2. If Haymarket has not funded you in the past three years, call the office and speak to a staff person about your work. If Haymarket feels you meet the basic criteria, they will send you an application package. Requests for applications will be considered up until November 29, 2021. Receiving an application does not guarantee funding.
3. All groups that have been funded in the past three years will be emailed an application package in October 2021. If you have not received an application by late October, please call and request a copy. Any group funded during the prior year’s cycle is eligible to apply for the December 1st deadline.
4. Once you have received a Sustaining Grant Application, complete the Cover Sheet and Narrative and submit the required attachments.
5. Sustaining Grant Applications must be submitted via email or mail to Haymarket’s office by 5:30 pm on December 1, 2021. Postmark dates are not relevant. Late emails and applications will not be considered.

Haymarket Grant Information Webinar Recording:
https://zoom.us/recording/play/ObwuOIR448ne0kGbP-FkFv0isiUTjOH4v65YL-p16b-ZSROlo1mhUuphVS7H7-DF

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

If after reviewing the Grant Information Packet, you feel your project or work fits the funding criteria, please email jaime@haymarket.org or call the office at 617-522 -7676 ext 115 to schedule a phone screening.

Haymarket People’s Fund
42 Seaverns Avenue
Boston, MA 02130

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