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Groundswell Community Justice Trust Fund
Grants of up to $4,000 to Ontario community-based organizations to address social, economic, or political oppression. Funding is intended to increase the capacity and structure of applicant organizations and to support projects that fight for social change. The mission of this fund is to create sustainable financial support for community-based, left, political organizations that challenge and work to change dominant, oppressive structures in the current political, social, and economic system.
The money will be directed towards member-driven, grassroots initiatives or organizations that face difficulty raising funds needed for their work. The Fund is committed to giving a minimum 50% of funding to organizations led by Black and/or Indigenous organizers. The majority of approved applications will be from already existing organizations/projects, with a smaller portion reserved for start-up projects.
The fund prioritizes the following things:
GrantWatch ID#: 167306
Based on the donations received so far, this year’s grants will be up to $4,000 dollars.
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