Community Care Fund

Pride foundation

Relevent Country: United States of America

The Pride Foundation is now inviting applications for its Community Care Fund.

Priorities

  • They prioritize funding queer, trans, and gender diverse organizations for and by Black, Brown, Indigenous and other Racialized Peoples (BBIRP).

They prioritize funding BBIRP-led LGBTQIA2S+ organizations that practice the following social justice values. They don’t expect organizations to practice all of these values, and they hope to learn more about what’s important to you:

  • Racial justice
  • Anti-colorism
  • Gender Justice
  • Feminism
  • Disability Justice
  • Reproductive Justice
  • Fat Liberation
  • Prison Abolition
  • Transformative Justice
  • Economic Justice and anti-capitalism
  • Healing Justice
  • Climate & Environmental Justice
  • Housing Justice
  • Immigration Justice
  • Anti-imperialism and anti-militarism
  • Decolonization
  • Anti-ageism

They prioritize BBIRP-led LGBTQIA2S+ organizations for and by the following people. They don’t expect organizations to have every identity present, they are excited to learn more about your communities:

  • People living with HIV/AIDS
  • People discriminated by colorism
  • Queer people
  • Trans people
  • Non-binary, Two-Spirit, and Gender Expansive People
  • Women and people discriminated by misogyny and patriarchy
  • People with disabilities
  • People targeted by sizeism and fatphobia
  • People who are targeted by law enforcement, incarcerated, and criminalized
  • People whose livelihoods are criminalized e.g. sex work
  • People exploited and harmed by capitalism
  • People harmed by climate change and disasters
  • People harmed by pollution, resource extraction, and land appropriation
  • People experiencing houselessness and housing instability
  • Immigrants
  • Refugees
  • People exploited and harmed by militarism, imperialism, and nationalism
  • People exploited and harmed by colonization
  • Youth
  • Elders

Funding Information

  • Award amounts are generally no less than $10,000; however, if you want less than that, they can honor your request.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Organizations whose work is focused on supporting LGBTQIA2S+ communities in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington
  • Organizations with 501c3 status or are fiscally sponsored
  • Organizations with equal or less than $750,000 budget or
  • organizations with less than 5 staff (doesn’t have to be both); if you’re fiscally sponsored, the budget they consider is your group’s own budget not your fiscal sponsors

Source: https://pridefoundation.org/find-funding/grants/community-care-fund/guidelines/