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2018 Annual Report Now Available

We are excited to share Social Justice Fund NW’s 2018 Annual Report, which highlights the work of our Giving Project members to raise over $1.1 million in grants to support grassroots organizing in the Northwest. This work comes at a critical time for not just the Northwest but U.S. and the world at large. SJF’s…
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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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2022 Grant Opportunities

Open grants 2022 Giving Projects and Grant Panels Thank you for your interest! We do not currently have any open applications for Giving Project or Grant Panel grants. Please check back soon. Rapid Response & Seed Grants and other rolling grants Rapid Response Grants One time grant of $3000 Deadline: Rolling, submit by the 30/31st…
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Thank you for celebrating with us at our Annual Dinner!

  In challenging moments – and indeed, the last few weeks have been tough for all who care about and fight for social justice – what we need most is to come together as a community: to be inspired by leaders on the front lines of that fight, to share joy and laugh with others,…
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2018 SJF Summer Newsletter Justice Notes Now Online

Check out the 2018 summer edition of SJF's newsletter Justice Notes. Inside, you will find stories about grantee work on immigrant rights, staff updates, and a look at SJF's 40th anniversary celebration. 2018 SJF Summer Newsletter
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2017 Annual Report: Looking back, pressing ahead

The past few weeks have been disheartening to say the least. The steady barrage of news - on immigration and family separations, the Supreme Court vacancy and court decisions that will affect generations - can feel overwhelming. But as distressing as these events have been, our communities are fighting back. Every day for the last…
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SJF’s Annual Dinner and Dance Party

SJF's Annual Dinner and Dance Party (SOLD OUT) Oct. 6, 2018, 6-11 pm Block 41, 115 Bell Street, Seattle, WA, 98121 Our dinner is SOLD OUT. If you already purchased tickets and have questions  email chris@socialjusticefund.org This year, we are thrilled to feature three incredible speakers and artists: Daniel Pak Monserrat Padilla DJ SassyBlack MONSERRAT…
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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,…