Giving Project Grant
Giving Project grants support organizations that are led by and for Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color that use a community organizing approach to address root causes of injustice. They provide general-operating support to organizations that lead grassroots organizing work across Minnesota.
Participants of Headwaters’ Giving Project program cross-class, multiracial cohort raise all grant funds through 1:1 fundraising conversations with their community. Cohort members also make all grantmaking decisions.
The Fiscal Year 2022 Giving Project grantees are:
- Awood Center
- Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha
- Dream of Wild Health
- Foster Advocates
- Freedom From the Streets
- Hmong American Farmers Association
- In Black Ink
- InquilinXs UnidXs Por Justicia
- Manidoo Ogitigaan
- Minnesota Youth Collective Education Fund
- Native Governance Center
- Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment
- South Sudanese Foundation
- The Fields at Rootsprings
- The SEAD Project
- Wild Path Collective
To read more about this year's Giving Project community-led grantmaking process, click here.