RatingOrganization NameGiving FocusProgram MatchAverage Giving SizeGeographic FocusAccept ApplicationNext DeadlineLast MoveBy WhomNext MoveNext by WhomBy WhenNotesCountryContact
2 New Visions Foundation The primary mission of the foundation is to catalyze and support diverse efforts. It seeks to help visionary organizations promote wider recognition and acceptance of cultural alternatives that address the challenges of our time, and to establish working models of engaged, effective action. It recognizes that this task requires outreach to the public as well as efforts to inform and inspire those already involved in cultural change. Major program areas are economic reform, education, peace, and sustainability.rrPrograms include: Food Systems, Giving Voice to Marginalized Communities, Holistic Education, New Economy/Sustainability/Resilience Movement, and Promoting an Ecological Worldview Economic JusticerClimate JusticerBiodiversityrClean EnergyrFood Sovereigntyr $5,000 - $20,000 Giving on a national and international basis, with some emphasis on VT. N N/A Review foundation information for connections. Send a communications piece that relates to common interests. Unsolicited requests for funds not accepted US 485 Half Day Road Suite 200 rBuffalo Grove, IL 60089rr +1 (847) 883-9700
2 Open Society Foundation Human Rights Initiative The Human Rights Initiative supports advocates to promote justice, equality, and participation of all. We support some of the largest international human rights organizations, national advocacy organizations, and small and emerging groups working directly with those whose rights have been violated. rrOur work is organized around three broad goals:rrJustice systems are fair and equitable, provide redress, and ensure access to justice for all. rrDiscrimination embedded in law, policy, and practice is uprooted. r rPeople are able to organize and participate in the policy debates that impact their rights. Economic JusticerResisting Neoliberalism No information available AfricarAsiarLatin America & the CaribbeanrEuroperMiddle East Y Varies Review programs and contact the program officer.rr Review the process for applying for grants online as it varies by program. Some use requests for proposals (RFPs), others invite letters of inquiry (LOIs) or concept papers, and certain others accept proposals by invitation only. Given that each program has specific grant-making processes, it is best to inquire with that particular program to explore fit and process. US 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, 7th FloorrWashington DC, 20006rr +1 (202)721-5600rrhttps://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/grants
1 Packard - David and Lucile Packard Foundation Conservation and SciencerThe Conservation and Science Program invests in action and ideas that conserve and restore ecosystems while enhancing human well-being.rrPopulation and Reproductive HealthrThe Population and Reproductive Health Program funds innovative work that addresses population growth and promotes positive reproductive health.rrChildren, Families and CommunitiesrThe Children, Families, and Communities Program strives to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential.rrLocal GrantmakingrThe Packard Foundation supports an array of nonprofit organizations in geographic areas that are significant to the Packard family. Climate JusticerClean EnergyrFood Sovereignty ? $50,000 - $500,000 International Y N/A Draft an LOI. US Communications Dept.r343 Second St.rLos Altos, CA 94022-3632rr +1 (650) 948-7658rrcommunications@packard.orgrrhttp://www.packard.org
1 Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc. Through its grantmaking, the Fund supports efforts to expand knowledge, clarify values and critical choices, nurture creative expression, and shape public policy. The Fund's programs are intended to develop leaders, strengthen institutions, engage citizens, build community, and foster partnerships that include government, business, and civil society. Respect for cultural diversity and ecological integrity pervades the Fund's activities.rrAs an institutional citizen of an interdependent world, the Fund is active globally, nationally, and locally in its home city of New York. Grant programs are organized around three themes: Democratic Practice; Peacebuilding; and Sustainable Development. Economic JusticerResisting NeoliberalismrClimate Justice $50,000 - $500,000 ChinarMontenegrorNational, InternationalrSerbia Y N/A Review application and draft a submission.rrComplete the application here: http://www.rbf.org/grantmaking/grant-opportunities If there is interest in considering a grant, we will contact you for additional information, including a detailed proposal. Applicants should not send a proposal unless requested to do so by Fund staff. The review process may take up to three months from the time the application is received. US Lisa A. Gilson, Grants Managment Analystr475 Riverside Dr., Ste. 900rNew York City, NY 10115-0066rr +1 (212) 812-4200rrgrantsmgmt@rbf.orgrrhttp://www.rbf.org
1 Rockefeller Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation has been dedicated to a single mission: promoting the well-being of humanity throughout the world. Today, the Foundation pursues that mission with our dual goals of building greater resilience and advancing more inclusive economies. Through our portfolio of initiatives, we strive to catalyze and scale transformative innovations, convene sector-spanning partnerships, and create systemic change to benefit poor and vulnerable people around the world.rrOur programs include: Advance Health, Agriculture and Food Security, Arts and Culture, Climate Change, Energy, Gender Equity, Impact Investing and Innovative Finance, Inclusive Economies, Innovation, Resillience, Revalue Ecosystems, Secure Livelihoods, Transform Cities, Transportation and Infrastructure, Water and Fisheries Climate Justice rClean EnergyrBiodiversityr $50,000 - $500,000 International (incl. Latin America) Y N/A Complete a request for funding form here: https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/our-work/grants/request-funding/ US 420 5th Ave.rNew York City, NY 10018-2702rr +1 (212) 869-8500rrhttp://www.rockefellerfoundation.org
2 Solidago Foundation Our mission is to promote justice, equity, sustainability and enfranchisement for all through charitable grantmaking to, and work with, progressive, empowering, community based organizations and collaborations.rrKey principles are to fund the following:rr-Community based organizations working to increase political participationr-Infrastructure support, building the capacity of grassroots organizations through applied research, media, leadership development, training of trainers, on-site organizational developmentr-Networks, alliances, coalitions, collaborations, and action-oriented convenings where organizations intersectr-New models of sustainable community development that are linked to organizing. Economic Justice $50,000 - $100,000 No information available N N/A Review foundation information for connections. Program staff strategically use a cluster approach to funding. Grantees are often part of a network or collaboration of organizations that work effectively together. The Foundation rarely funds organizations that are working in isolation and/or are unaware of available partners or strategic alliances that might result in change at a larger scale. The Foundation supports horizontal networking and periodical convenings of grantees with similar interests. During the docket process numerous other criteria are applied by program staff to meet Grantmaking priorities. US Michele Spring-Moore, Grants Associate Ext. 118r150 Main Street Suite 24 rNorthampton, MA 01060 rr +1 (413) 587-0174rrMicheleSM@solidago.orgrrwww.solidago.org
1 Swift Foundation The Swift Foundation supports local stewards and their allies who are dedicated to protecting biological and cultural diversity, building resilience amidst climate change and restoring the health and dignity of communities globally.rrWe have four program areas to this end:rrLand Stewardship, Biodiversity and Cultural DiversityrResilient Local EconomiesrGlobal Networks and CollaborationsrVisionaries and Innovations Economic JusticerClimate JusticerForests & Biodiversity $5,000 - $40,000 Latin America N N/A Review foundation information for connections with the FOE Latin American network. Find out more about the Foundation's Global Networks and Collaborations. program area. The Swift Foundation does not accept unsolicited applications. US Amy Greshr1157 Coast Village Rd., Ste. ArMontecito, CA 93108-2723rr +1 (805) 969-5670rrinfo@swiftfoundation.org rrhttps://swiftfoundation.org/
1 Wallace Genetic Foundation, Inc. Primary areas of interest include Sustainable agriculture, Farmland preservation, Conservation of natural resources, Biodiversity protection, Reduction of environmental toxins, Global climate issues Climate Justice rClean EnergyrBiodiversityrFood Sovereigntyr $25,000 - $50,000 National, International N N/A Review foundation information for connections. Send a communications piece to let them know about the work related to their sustainable agriculture/food security. The Wallace Genetic Foundation regrets that it will no longer be accepting Letters of Inquiry or unsolicited proposals. US Patricia Lee, Co-Exec. Dir.; Carolyn Sand, Co-Exec. Dir.r4910 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Ste. 221rWashington DC 20016-4368rr +1 (202) 966-2932rrwgfdn@aol.comrrhttp://www.wallacegenetic.org