Pueblos de Lucha y Esperanza Twin Cities Metro
Pueblos’ mission, as a faith based organization that promotes Justice, Hope and Peace, is to take social responsibility and build a structure of community power, with discipline and awareness of the injustices that primarily affect immigrant people, committed to work hard until our voices are heard.
We work in leadership and mentoring training, public forums, informational meetings, and meetings with public officials. We face the challenges that are affecting our community at the local, state and federal levels. Moreover, we collectively promote civic participation.
We will work and look for local and national alliances that share our mission and vision to create bridges of struggle and hope. We are convinced that our organization is structured to serve our community and their interests and make our community stronger by fighting with hope.
Communities First Fund
Communities First Fund grants supported BIPOC-led organizations, responding to the immediate COVID-19-related needs in their communities during the early weeks and months of the pandemic.
Giving Project: New Majority Fund
Giving Project: New Majority Fund grants were offered in 2017. They provided two-year general operating grants to organizations led by and for people of color. In addition, grantees nominated up to three leaders, staff members, or board members to participate in the Movement Leadership Project.
Rapid Response Fund
Rapid Response Fund helps Headwaters quickly get grant dollars to where they will be most helpful to our grantee organizations.
Giving Project Grants
Giving Project Grants support BIPOC-led organizations that use community organizing approach to address root causes of injustice. Headwaters has been offering Giving Project Grants since 2015.