The Defending the Dream Fund partnership, made up of the Hill-Snowdon Foundation, General Service Foundation and other partners, came together this spring to support grassroots organizing in under-resourced areas to protect targeted communities, resist the draconian and destructive policies of the Trump era and work towards a hopeful dream of a just, equitable and caring society.
We are very excited to announce the 19 organizations selected in the first round of grants.
In response to this unique moment and opportunity, the Hill-Snowdon Foundation has developed the Making Black Lives Matter Initiative (MBLM), a three year grantmaking and strategic co-funding initiative that seeks to maximize this historic moment to begin building long term institutional and political power for Black social change and racial justice.
What social justice strategies does HSF support?
What is the size and length of a typical grant?
How can I apply for a grant?
How do I apply for HSF’s Small Grants Program?
Does HSF have a regional focus for its grantmaking?
What does HSF mean by multi-generational organizing?
Where do the funds for HSF come from?
What is HSF’s Rolling Blackout?