RatingOrganization NameGiving FocusProgram MatchAverage Giving SizeGeographic FocusAccept ApplicationNext DeadlineLast MoveBy WhomNext MoveNext by WhomBy WhenNotesCountryContact
2 Agro Ecology Fund The AgroEcology Fund seeks to increase the volume, collaboration, and long-term effectiveness of research, advocacy, and movement-building for agroecological solutions, sustainable food systems, and policies which mitigate the negative effects of climate change.rrThe AgroEcology Fund envisions inter-related sustainable and localized agricultural systems that 1) build on the existing skills and practices of food-producing communities, 2) incorporate local culture and knowledge (in particular the knowledge of indigenous people and women), 3) encourage local food sovereignty and economic resilience, 4) strengthen family and community health, 5) protect natural resources, and 6) mitigate the negative effects of climate change. Food SovereigntyrClean EnergyrClimate JusticerEconomic Justice $75,000 - $100,000 International N N/A Review foundation information for connections with Africa work. Send a communications piece to explore common interests. rrCheck their website periodically for new proposal opportunities. The AgroEcology Fund is not currently accepting new proposals. Future requests for proposals will be posted on this site when they are available. Daniel Mossrrdaniel@agroecologyfund.orgrrhttp://agroecologyfund.org/
1 Appleton Foundation Funding for: rCommunity and economic developmentrEducationrEnvironmentrHealthrHuman servicesrInternational relations Economic JusticerClimate Justice $10,000 - $50,000 Giving primarily in Latin America and Santa Cruz County, CA. N N/A Review foundation information for connections. Contributes only to pre-selected organizations. Unsolicited requests for funds not accepted US Don Lane, Fdn. Mgr.rP.O. Box 1460rSanta Cruz, CA 95061-1460rrappleton@calcentral.com
1 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Civil SocietyrWe support efforts to increase civic engagement, encourage charitable giving and help communities make positive change.rrEducationrWe fund efforts to expand learning opportunities and supports for children, particularly those from low_ and moderate-income communities.rrEnvironmentrWe support programs around the world that protect communities and the ecosystems upon which they depend.rrFlint ArearWe support efforts to help our hometown of Flint solve problems, create opportunities and build a vibrant future for the community and its residents. Climate Justice $25,000 - $50,000 Civil Society Program - Central and Eastern Europe and South AfricarrEducation - US OnlyrrEnvironment - Great Lakes regionrrFlint Area - Michigan Y N/A Before moving forward, strategize and identify which staff/coordinators who have been involved with Mott over the last 5 years. Decide a path for strengthening discussions and considering a proposal. rrIf necessary, draft an LOI. LOIs may be submitted at https://www.mott.org/work/grantseekers/ US Mott Foundation Bldg.r503 S. Saginaw St., Ste. 1200rFlint, MI 48502-1851rr +1 (810) 238-5651rrinfo@mott.orgrrhttp://www.mott.org
2 Flora Family Foundation The Flora Family Foundation supports public benefit organizations working throughout the world in education, health, arts and culture, the environment, global security, civic engagement, and the advancement of women. Economic JusticerClimate JusticerFood Sovereignty $25,000 - $50,000 International N N/A Review foundation information for connections. Send a communications piece that relates to common interests. The Flora Family Foundation has no geographic or subject area constraints on grantmaking as long as the grant opportunities fit the philanthropic interests of the Family Council and meet IRS requirements. By necessity, this open-ended approach requires that all of the Foundation's grantmaking must be done on a strictly invitational basis. We regret that we are unable to consider unsolicited requests for support. US Steve Toben, Pres.r2121 Sand Hill Rd., Ste. 123rMenlo Park, CA 94025-6909rr +1 (650) 233-1335rrinfo@florafamily.orgrrwww.florafamily.org
1 Hewlett - William and Flora Hewlett Foundation We have long-standing programs that focus on education, environment, global development and population, performing arts, and effective philanthropy, as well as support for disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition, we make grants for special projects and address other timely problems, such as challenges related to cybersecurity and U.S. democracy. Economic JusticerClimate JusticerBiodiversityrClean EnergyrFood SovereigntyrResisting Neoliberalism?r $100,000 - $2,000,000 International (incl. Latin America) Y N/A Draft an LOI for their Environment Program.rrEnvironment LOI: http://www.hewlett.org/loi-environment/ US 2121 Sand Hill RdrMenlo Park, CA 94025-6909rr +1 (650) 234-4500rrcommunications@hewlett.orgrrhttp://www.hewlett.org/r
1 Kendeda Fund The Kendeda Fund supports the dignity of individuals and the sustainability of communities through investments in transformative leaders and ideas. Their five programs include: People, Place and Planet, Girls' Rights, Local Priorities, Veterans, Gun Violence Prevention. Economic JusticerClimate Justice $50,000 - $500,000 National, International N N/A Review foundation information for connections. The Kendeda Fund does not accept or respond to unsolicited grant proposals, inquiries, or letters of intent. Grant applications are by invitation only. US 501 Silverside Rd., Ste. 123rWilmington, DE 19809-1377rr +1 (800) 839-1754rrkendedafund.org
2 Lifeline: Embattled Civil Society Organizations Assistance Fund The Lifeline Embattled CSO Assistance Fund provides emergency financial assistance to civil society organizations (CSOs) under threat or attack, and rapid response advocacy grants targeting broader threats to civil society and freedom of association and assembly. Economic JusticerResisting Neoliberalism No information available International No information available No information available Review foundation information for connections. Funds civil society in danger and advocacy. info@csolifeline.orgrrhttps://www.csolifeline.org
1 Marisla Foundation Environmental Program - The Environment Program concentrates on activities that promote the conservation of biological diversity and advance sustainable ecosystem management. Primary emphasis is on marine resources conservation. The Environment Program also supports the search for solutions to health threats caused by toxic chemicals. Climate JusticerBiodiversity $25,000 - $100,000 Environmental Program Western North America, Chile, and the western Pacific. Y April 15, July 15, October 15, January 15 Complete an online eligibility quiz here: https://online.foundationsource.com/public/home/marisla#fiverrIf you pass, then, try to find a connection to the Latin American FOEI staff. rrApply when you can. r Hard copy or electronic proposals will not be accepted by Marisla directly. However, programmatic inquiries can be directed to Margaret Lauer, Administrator, at Marisla Foundation, 668 North Coast Highway, PMB 1400, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 or peggy@marisla.org. US Margaret Lauer, Administratorr668 N. Coast Hwy., PMB 1400rLaguna Beach, CA 92651-1513rrpeggy@marisla.orgrrhttp://www.fsrequests.com/marisla
2 Mize Family Foundation The Mize Family Foundation is committed to supporting organizations that operate with one or more of the following strategies: innovative media, leadership development and community empowerment. Supporting these areas of focus provide the Mize Family Foundation a distinctive opportunity to address the urgency of climate change and global environmental justice. Climate JusticerClean EnergyrEconomic Justice $10,000 - $25,000 National, International N N/A Review foundation information for connections. Send a communications piece that relates to community engagement and leadership development. Proposals are accepted by invitation only. US USPS 112, 1463 E. Republican St., Ste. 132rSeattle, WA 98112-4517rrinfo@mizefamilyfoundation.orgrrhttps://mizefamilyfoundation.org/