RESIST General Support Grant

Deadline: August 5, September 30, and December 2, 2011
RESIST gives small but timely grants and loans to grassroots groups engaged in activist organizing and educational work within movements for social change.


RESIST funds organizations that:
* Organize or educate people to take action
* Encourage alliances and collaboration among social change organizations
* Promote innovation approaches to organization
* Promote organizational longevity
A sample of RESIST’s interests include: community organizing and anti-racism projects; economic justice; environmental protection; the struggle for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights; health, AIDS and disability issues; labor; progressive media and culture resources; Native Americans/native peoples; peace/anti-militarism; prisoners; women; and youth.
As defined above, organizations with an annual budget of $150,000 or less may apply for a one-year grant with the maximum amount requested not to exceed $3,000.
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RESIST General Support Grant