Where Your Money Goes



2016 Grants – What You Helped Support

Social Justice Fund – 32 grants ($74,300) in the U.S. and beyond for organizing, mobilizing, and educating in favor of immigrant rights, racial justice, worker empowerment, health care access, educational rights, nonviolent movement building, transnational solidarity, land and housing rights, and justice for Palestine; and in opposition to war and militarism, criminalization and mass incarceration, the death penalty, nuclear weapons, and economic injustice.

NOVA Fund – 2 grants ($30,000) in Costa Rica and Mexico for indigenous rights and empowerment, environmental organizing, and peace education.

Shared space solidarity grants – $30,570 to tenant groups in the Muste shared space for undocumented youth organizing, media justice, anti-war and antimilitarism education, labor solidarity, tenant advocacy, and related work.

Sponsored and endowment grants – $204,852 in support for 13 projects in the U.S. and beyond promoting feminism, selfdetermination, human rights, international justice, and nonviolent resolution of conflicts; opposing war, militarism, imperialism, occupation, and displacement; and educating about climate change, nuclear power, and the environment.