Foundation / Corporation
Pink House Foundation (PHF)
Grants ranging from $20,000 to $40,000 to USA nonprofit organizations for long-term projects, programs, and initiatives that strive to address the root causes of environmental and social injustice. Funding is intended to support community-driven organizations that are building power and leadership in marginalized communities to advance social justice and sustainability for all communities.
Core issue areas include:
- Environmental justice and climate justice
- Racial justice
- Mental health and disability justice
- Immigrant rights
- Indigenous rights
- Economic justice
- Gender and sexuality justice
The Foundation’s core grantmaking track is designed to support community-driven organizations that are building power and leadership in marginalized communities to advance systemic solutions to the root causes of social and environmental injustice. The core grantmaking track has an open application process for organizations that meet the Foundation’s criteria.
The Foundation also has a proactive grantmaking track that enables the Foundation to move resources more quickly to support urgent community and movement priorities throughout the year. These proactive grants are intended to complement the Foundation’s core grantmaking by providing rapid response support for urgent community mobilizations and timely alliance and movement building activities. Requests for proactive grant support are accepted by invitation only.
GrantWatch ID#: 170604
The foundation anticipates making only 3-5 new grants in 2018.
Grants typically come in the form of general support in the $20,000-$40,000 range.
Your organization is eligible to apply if it meets all of the following criteria:
- Organization is a registered 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) non-profit OR has a registered 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor
- Is based in the US
- Has a total budget under $1,500,000
- Is community-based and community-led
- Works to address the root causes of social and environmental injustice
- Builds strategic community leadership and power by engaging large numbers of impacted community members in advancing solutions
- Actively engages in collaboration and alliance building
- Incorporates a racial justice and intersectional justice analysis
- Is conscious about internalized oppression and biases and is working to link individual transformation with institutional and societal transformation
- May 2: Application Deadline
- May-July: Application Review
- Late July: Applicants find out whether or not they have been selected for further consideration
- August-November: PHF Board members have interviews with organizations selected for further consideration
- Late December: Applicants find out whether or not they have been selected for a grant
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Send the application in an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pink House Foundation
2113 S Street NW
Washington DC 20008
Luke Newton, Program and Operations Manager
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