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Displaced Tenants Fund for Housing Justice and Affordability Accepting Grant Applications

Announcement Date: March 25, 2019 The Displaced Tenants Fund for Housing Justice and Affordability is now accepting applications for the 2019 grant cycle! The Displaced Tenants Fund, a donor advised fund of Social Justice Fund NW, seeks to increase high quality, affordable, accessible, environmentally sustainable, and community-controlled housing for low-income tenants in the city of…
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Announcing SJF’s 2019 Giving Projects in Seattle & Portland!

In 2019 Social Justice Fund will lead over 100 people through a process of learning, community building, fundraising, and grantmaking for social change through our 2019 Giving Projects . We’re excited to offer the following Giving Projects in Seattle and Portland to support and guide the program of grants below. Our Giving Project model continues to be…
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UPDATE: Funding Opportunities to support Black Led Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Gender Justice!

UPDATE: Deadline extended to Sept. 21 for Black Led Organizing grants Social Justice Fund provides essential resources to organizations in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming to strengthen grassroots efforts in the broad-based movement for progressive, systemic social change.    We have three exciting grant opportunities coming up with deadlines in August and September. Please help…
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Announcing 2018 Immigration Justice Giving Project Grants

The 2017-2018 Immigration Justice Giving Project brought together 22 activists, cultural workers, students, mothers, musicians, nonprofit administrators, plant lovers, counselors, and more. Many are immigrants. Among their loved ones are refugees, green card holders, DACA recipients, U.S. citizens, and people without U.S. documents. Meet two of the members of the Immigrant Justice Giving Project: Jose Vazquez,…