The Fund for Santa Barbara

Resources for Organizers

One of the Fund’s philosophical beliefs is that educational resources often have equal or greater value than cash grants, especially to small working groups of people. For this reason, and as part of its mission to provide an alternative concept in philanthropy, the Fund consciously commits staff and volunteer time to support community activists and organizations with skills-building opportunities, informational resources, and advice through our Technical Assistance (T.A.) Program. Please find below a host of those resources and if you have any questions call the office at 805-962-9164 and ask for Gary Clark, our Technical Assistance Program Manager.


Santa Barbara County Resources

2-1-1 Helpline

Finding the help you need is as easy as dialing 2-1-1!

Santa Barbara County’s 2-1-1 Helpline is the first point-of-access to all community services, including information and referrals to housing, food, drug and alcohol abuse prevention and treatment, health facilities, counseling, mental health services, senior issues, financial assistance, legal assistance, child care, child and elder abuse services, recreation, and disaster relief.

Search Santa Barbara County Resources at http://fsacares.org/2-1-1-helpline/

Voting

“We don't need perfect political systems, we need perfect participation.”
— Cesar E. Chavez (1927 - 1993)

Voting is an opportunity to be heard, to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions and to have a say in important issues and policy changes that affect your community. NOTE: In California, the deadline to register to vote for an election is 15 days before each local and statewide Election Day.
To register to vote in the state of California visit: http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_vr.htm

Vote with Your Mission is CalNonprofits' campaign to have 100% of elegible nonprofit staff, board members, and volunteers votes. There are 1.5 million nonprofit organizations in the U.S. that, taken together, employ over 13.5 million people, rely on 61 million volunteers, and serve millions more. Imagine if everyone we touched voted with their values!

To join the campaign visit http://calnonprofits.org/advocacy/voteyourmission/about

Elected Officials

FEDERAL
President of the United States Barack Obama – http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact
U.S. Congresswoman Lois Capps – http://capps.house.gov
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer – http://boxer.senate.gov/

STATE of CALIFORNIA
Governor Jerry Brown – http://govnews.ca.gov/gov39mail/mail.php
State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson – http://sd19.senate.ca.gov
State Assemblyman Das Williams – http://www.asmdc.org/members/a37

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY
Board of Supervisors – http://www.countyofsb.org/bos/
1st District: Salud Carbajal, Chair – http://www.countyofsb.org/bos/carbajal/
2nd District: Janet Wolf – http://www.countyofsb.org/bos/wolf/
3rd District: Doreen Farr – www.countyofsb.org/bos/farr
4th District: Peter Adam – http://www.countyofsb.org/bos/adam/
5th District: Steve Lavagnino, Vice Chair – http://www.countyofsb.org/bos/lavagnino/
Santa Barbara County Education Office – http://www.sbceo.org/

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES
CITY OF BUELLTON – http://cityofbuellton.com/CityCouncil/
CITY OF CARPINTERIA – http://www.carpinteria.ca.us/citycouncil/index.shtml
CITY OF GOLETA – http://www.cityofgoleta.org/index.aspx?page=137
CITY OF GUADALUPE – http://www.ci.guadalupe.ca.us/index.php/city-government/city-council
CITY OF LOMPOC – http://www.cityoflompoc.com/government/council.htm
CITY OF SANTA BARBARA – http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/Government/Council/Meet_Us/
CITY OF SANTA MARIA – http://www.ci.santa-maria.ca.us/201.shtml
CITY OF SOLVANG – http://www.cityofsolvang.com/index.php/city-council/council-members

For a PDF version of the above click here.

Also California Legislative Information is a website with the most up-to-date information on bills working their way through the California Legislature. http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml

Funders

The Santa Barbara Foundation Roundtable publishes a directory of local foundations. For the most recent publication click here.

Media Outlets

The Fund for Santa Barbara maintains a list of media outlets (e.g. print, radio, television) and their contact information. For the most recent version of this list click here.

Meeting Spaces/Facilities

The Fund for Santa Barbara maintains a list of facilities available for public use by community groups either for free or for a fee. For the most recent version of this list click here.

NonProfit Resource Network (NPRN) - a social network for the Santa Barbara nonprofit community

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The Nonprofit Resource Network (NPRN)
, a newly developed smart social network connecting people with unique nonprofit business challenges — fund raising, staffing, board development, strategic planning, volunteer recruitment, professional development — with individuals having skills and experiences to help solve or improve these challenges.

We invite you to join NPRN to help us create an interactive, well-matched community network providing deep resources and collaboration opportunities for all things Nonprofit in Santa Barbara County.

Participate in highly relevant Forums/Discussions on topics you will find both informative and interesting. Create special interest or role based Groups to address a specific challenge, share successes and best practices. Become acquainted with new Resources designed to help you work and play more effectively and efficiently.  Instantly gain access to people, information and conversations. Get to know your colleagues better and even become a mentor to someone new to the community.

To become a member, log into: http://nprnsb.org/. Go to “New User” at the bottom of the Login block, complete your profile and then you’re set to explore, discover and connect!

The Nonprofit Resource Network is a collaborative project brought to you by Hutton Parker Foundation, The Fund for Santa Barbara and introNetworks.

Partnership for Excellence

~ Registration Open ~ 2014 Partnership for Excellence Conference

Ever-changing demographics are reshaping the landscape of our communities. Join The Foundation Roundtable in exploring how demographic change requires a reorientation in nonprofit leadership, program design, and evaluation. Is your organization ready?
This full day conference invites funders and nonprofit leaders from Santa Barbara County's philanthropic sector to consider co-creating a shared approach to impact and evaluation, helping to achieve deep change and lasting transformation.

Register to attend on Thursday, April 17, 2014 ~ 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Featured keynote speaker: Manuel Pastor, PhD, USC
An expert in demographic and social change, economic inequity, and community empowerment

 

 

Agency leaders and program managers who are involved in impact and evaluation encouraged.

Thank you to our sponsors: The Foundation Roundtable; Corporate Philanthropy Roundtable; Santa Barbara Foundation; Nonprofit Resource Network (NPRN); Noozhawk; Pacific Coast Business Times; Santa Maria Sun Times; SB Parent Click.

Upcoming Workshops / Trainings

Upcoming Workshops:

Kay Sprinkel Grace

Engaging Your Board in Resource Development: The AAA Way

If you have ever wished you could get all of your board members engaged in donor development and fundraising, this workshop is for you. Kay Sprinkel Grace will give you the tools and strategies to engage your board (and other volunteers) as Ambassadors, Advocates and Askers.  A proven program, employed by hundreds of nonprofits across the US, this approach to getting board members to play a role in development really works.   Easy to implement, the program taps into existing volunteer motivation and offers a range of tasks in each of the categories from which people can choose.  Participants will be provided with a sample task survey and a sample spread sheet for monitoring the program. For more about Kay visit: www.kaygrace.org

WHEN: Tuesday, April 29th ~ 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
WHERE:
Cornerstone Community Room, 120 East Jones Street in Santa Maria
COST: $25 (includes afternoon snacks)

Space is limited so register now at: https://theaaawaysantamaria.eventbrite.com

Sliding scale tickets are available / no one is turned away for lack of funds. Please contact the Fund for Santa Barbara office at 962-9164 to purchase

AND...

The Irrefutable Truths About Fundraising

Kay Sprinkel Grace is a veteran volunteer, former development director and highly respected consultant, writer and speaker.  And she has learned a great deal in her 30 years working in and with nonprofits!  Soon to be released in a new book, the irrefutable truths about fundraising are many:  she will share a sample of them in this workshop.  Among the truths she will explore with participants are:  few people are really comfortable asking for money (but they do it anyway), most donors are just like us (even if they have a whole lot more money), you don’t have to be a household name to get community support (so you can’t use that as an excuse), people give to you because you meet needs, not because you have needs (so make sure your messages reflect that truth) and others that will give you encouragement and guidance in your daily work.   Experience the presenter’s wisdom, and add your own through stories and discussion. For more about Kay visit: www.kaygrace.org

WHEN: Tuesday, April 30th ~ 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
WHERE:
Orfalea Foundation Downtown Center, 1221 Chapala Street in Santa Barbara
COST: $25 (includes afternoon snacks)

Space is limited so register now at: http://irrefutabletruthssantabarbara.eventbrite.com

Sliding scale tickets are available / no one is turned away for lack of funds. Please contact the Fund for Santa Barbara office at 962-9164 to purchase

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Alliance For Justice - May 20 & 21

More details coming soon.

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Past Workshops / Trainings

THANK YOU to Andy Robinson!

... whose workshops brought out more than 150 community members!

Co-presented with the Santa Barbara Foundation

For more information on Andy, see his website: http://andyrobinsononline.com/w/

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Thanks to Holly Minch and LightBox Collaborative

On August 15th & 16th Holly helped local nonprofit professional "hold their ideas up to the light" and navigate the chutes & ladders of engagement with their supporters.

For more information about LightBox Collaborative and Holly Minch visit: http://www.lightboxcollaborative.com/

Co-presented by the Santa Barbara Foundation and the Fund for Santa Barbara

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Thank You to Luz Castillo of the U.S. Census Bureau

On August 8th Luz Castillo led a hands-on workshop on how to navigate various online census tools to find the data grant-writers need to build effective cases for project funding.

If you missed the local workshop or want additional training on using the Census Bureau tools, please check out their calendar of webinars at: http://www.census.gov/mso/www/training/

Contact the U.S. Census Bureau at:
www.census.gov

L.A. Regional Website - www.census.gov/losangeles
Partnership & Data Services Program - 888-806-6389

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Thank You to Jan Masaoka

Nonprofit leader, writer, blogger, trainer and CEO of CalNonprofits Jan Masaoka visited us in Santa Barbara July 11th & 12th for a series of short, lively, on-point programs.

In case you missed it, links to some of Jan's books, blog posts, and articles may be found below:

Best of Board Cafe

Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability

Blue Avocado (Jan's Online Magazine)

Articles by Jan in Stanford Social Innovations Review

 

Out-of-Area and Online Resources

Latest News for Nonprofits

"An Open Letter to the Board of Directors of the James Irvine Foundation"
"The above is an Open Letter to the Board of Trustees of the James Irvine Foundation as tehy seek a new president. We hope this letter sparks a public dialogue and we welcome your comments. The letter, signed by CEO Jan Masaoka and Board Chair Ashley McCumber, was sent in a advance to Don Howard, Acting President of the Foundation and asks the Trustees to consider not only what the James Irvine Foundation needs in a new executive, but what California needs from the Irvine Foundation."
CalNonProfit E-News - March 12, 2014

The Racial Dot Map is an interesting racial map of the United States with one dot for every person (generated with 2010 Census data) http://www.coopercenter.org/demographics/Racial-Dot-Map

"Nonprofits Twice as Likely to Provide Health Insurance as For-profit Employers"
The study found that 64% of nonprofits with fewer than 50 employees provide coverage, compared to 32% of for-profit businesses of equal size, as reported by the Small Business Majority.
CalNonProfit E-News - August 15, 2013

"A Policy Framework for Our Work as an Alliance of Nonprofits"
As an alliance of nonprofits, a crucial role for CalNonprofits is to advance public policies that support a healthy nonprofit ecosystem.
CalNonProfit E-News - Monday, July 10, 2013

"Expedited Option For Pending 501(c)(4) Applications"
Organizations that have had 501(c)(4) applications pending for more than four months have new options through an expedited process announced by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
The NonProfit Times - Monday, July 8, 2013

Starting a Nonprofit

The California Association of Nonprofits provides a step-by-step guide to starting a nonprofit including steps such as determining the name of the organziation, drafting and filing the articles of incorporation, appointing the board of directors, drafting bylaws and policies, obtaining an EIN, filing with the State Attorney General's office and the Secretary of State's office, applying for tax exempt status with the IRS and the State of California. View their guide at the following link:
http://www.calnonprofits.org/resources/starting-nonprofit/15-launch-articles/65-first-steps-articl

Advocacy / Lobbying

California Legislative Information is a website with the most up-to-date information on bills working their way through the California Legislature.
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml

Alliance for Justice is a national association of environmental, civil mental health, women’s, children’s and consumer advocacy organizations working to advance justice for all Americans. Offers free resources and information on how nonprofits can lobby.
www.afj.org

The Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO, pronounced "C-2") is a racial-justice organization dedicated to building a social justice movement led by people of color. Established in 1980, CTWO is a training and resource center that promotes and sustains direct-action organizaing in communities of color in the United States.
www.ctwo.org

DataCenter unlocks the power of knowledge for social change. They support grassroots organizing for justice and sustainability through strategic research, training, and collaborations. We use research to help move the knowledge and solutions of communities of color and the poor from the margins to the center of decision-making.
www.datacenter.org

Highlander Research Center develops leadership and helps create and support strong, democratic organizations that work for justice, equality and sustainability in their own communities and that join with others to build broad movements for social, economic and restorative environmental change.
www.highlandercenter.org

Independent Sector is the leadership network for nonprofits, foundations, and corporate giving programs committed to advancing the common good in America and around the world. Our nonpartisan coalition of approximately 600 organizations leads, strengthens, and mobilizes the nonprofit and philanthropic community in order to fulfill our vision of a just and inclusive society and a healthy democracy of active citizens, effective institutions, and vibrant communities.
www.independentsector.org

The Ruckus Society provides environmental, human rights, and social justice organizers with the tools, training, and support needed to achieve their goals through the strategic use of creative, nonviolent direct action.
www.ruckus.org

Western States Center is building a progressive movement for social, economic, racial and environmental justice in the western states.
www.westernstatescenter.org

Board Effectiveness

Board Source (formerly National Center for Nonprofit Boards) is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations by strengthening their boards of directors. Provides topic papers, books, and other publications.
www.boardsource.org

BlueAvocado is an online newsletter full of practical, provocative and fun food-for-thought for nonprofits.
www.blueavocado.org/category/topic/board-cafe

Financial / Legal Management

Fiscal Sponsorship Greg Colvin of Adler & Colvin is an attorney and expert in tax law for nonprofits including best practices for fiscal sponsorships.
http://fiscalsponsorship.com/

Nonprofit Finance Fund provide financial resources, in the form of loans, grants, and asset-building programs, in concert with management advice. NFF works directly and with funders to strengthen these organizations and the system by which they are funded.
www.nonprofitfinancefund.org

Nonprofits’ Insurance Alliance of California’s mission is to be a stable source of reasonably priced liability insurance coverages tailored to the specialized needs of the nonprofit sector and to assist these organizations to develop and implement effective loss control and risk management programs.
www.niac.org

Nolo LAW for ALL helps consumers and small businesses find answers to their everyday legal and business questions.
www.nolo.com/products/nonprofits

IRS Compliance Guide for 501(c)(3) Public Charities
In this publication, the IRS addresses activities that could jeopardize a public charity's tax-exempt status. It identifies general compliance requirements on recordkeeping, reporting, and disclosure for exempt organizations (EOs) described in section 501(c)(3) of the Code that are classified as public charities.
http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p4221pc.pdf

Fundraising / Fund Development

The Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT) is a multiracial organization that promotes the connection between fundraising, social justice and movement-building. We believe that how groups are funded is as important to achieving their goals as how the money is spent, and that building community support is central to long-term social change. We provide training, resources and analysis to strengthen organizations, with an emphasis on those focused on social justice and based in communities of color.
www.grassrootsfundraising.org

Klein And Roth Consulting helps organizations build strong fundraising programs that are mission-driven. We provide practical, hands-on advice, grounded in social justice values.
www.kleinandroth.com/

Association of Fundraising Professionals represents 26,000 members in four countries working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, education, and certification programs. AFP offers professional development resources for fund development personnel.
www.afpnet.org

Network for Good is a tool for nonprofits in the areas of fundraising, volunteers, and advocacy which provides online registration of nonprofits in order to receive donations through the site.
www.networkforgood.org

General Nonprofit Links

California Association of Nonprofits is a statewide organization of 2,000 nonprofit organizations with a mission to strengthen and expand the professionalism, governance, influence, and effectiveness of California nonprofit organizations.
www.canonprofits.org

The Center for Nonprofit Management fosters thriving communities in Southern California by ensuring that nonprofit leaders and organizations have the knowledge, skills, and resources to fulfill their mission.
www.cnmsocal.org

Foundation Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grantmakers and their grants — a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthropy at every level.
www.fdncenter.org

GuideStar offers a searchable database of all IRS-recognized agencies, including foundations. Includes information from IRS tax form 990.
www.guidestar.org

The Chronicle of Philanthropy connects the nonprofit world with news, jobs and ideas.
www.philanthropy.com

The National Center for Responsive Philanthropy promotes philanthropy that serves the public good, is responsive to people and communities with the least wealth and opportunity, and is held accountable to the highest standards of integrity and openness.
http://www.ncrp.org/

Independent Sector strengthens and mobilizes the nonprofit and philanthropic community in order to fulfill the vision of a just and inclusive society and a healthy democracy of active citizens, effective institutions, and vibrant communities.
http://www.independentsector.org

strengthens, and mobilizes the nonprofit and philanthropic community in order to fulfill our vision of a just and inclusive society and a healthy democracy of active citizens, effective institutions, and vibrant communities. - See more at: http://www.independentsector.org/about#sthash.LhYqMify.dpuf

strengthens, and mobilizes the nonprofit and philanthropic community in order to fulfill our vision of a just and inclusive society and a healthy democracy of active citizens, effective institutions, and vibrant communities. - See more at: http://www.independentsector.org/about#sthash.LhYqMify.dpuf
strengthens, and mobilizes the nonprofit and philanthropic community in order to fulfill our vision of a just and inclusive society and a healthy democracy of active citizens, effective institutions, and vibrant communities. - See more at: http://www.independentsector.org/about#sthash.LhYqMify.dpuf
strengthens, and mobilizes the nonprofit and philanthropic community in order to fulfill our vision of a just and inclusive society and a healthy democracy of active citizens, effective institutions, and vibrant communities. - See more at: http://www.independentsector.org/about#sthash.LhYqMify.dpuf

About Nonprofit Charitable Orgs is a large and up-to-date source of information about and for nonprofit organizations.
www.nonprofit.about.com

Grants Research

Foundation Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grantmakers and their grants — a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthropy at every level.
www.fdncenter.org

U.S. Census Bureau offers various online census tools to find the data grant-writers need to build effective cases for project funding. Their calendar of webinars is available at: http://www.census.gov/mso/www/training/
Contact the U.S. Census Bureau at: www.census.gov
L.A. Regional Website - www.census.gov/losangeles
Partnership & Data Services Program - 888-806-6389

The Racial Dot Map is an interesting racial map of the United States with one dot for every person (generated with 2010 Census data)
http://www.coopercenter.org/demographics/Racial-Dot-Map

Marketing Communications & Social Media

LightBox Collaborative holds good ideas up to the light, helping nonprofits, philanthropies, and other do-gooders do better. They jump-start creative thinking, build strategic clarity, and spark action to advance causes that matter.
www.lightboxcollaborative.com/

Beth Kanter is the author of Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media, one of the longest running and most popular blogs for nonprofits.  She co-authored the book titled The Networked Nonprofit with Allison Fine.
www.bethkanter.org

The Communications Toolkit from Cause Communications is a comprehensive resource offering practical information in virtually every area of communications based on findings from national qualitative and quantitative surveys of what nonprofits want in the area of communications.
http://www.causecommunications.org/download-signup.php?id=toolkit

Community Organizer 2.0 is a forum for discussion and opinions about the intersection of social media, technology, and non-profits. This blog considers social communities, tools and communication in the websphere. Debra Askanase is an experienced digital strategist, non-profit executive, and community organizer.
http://communityorganizer20.com/

Allison Fine is the co-author of the bestselling The Networked Nonprofit, and author of the award-winning Momentum: Igniting Social Change in the Connected Age.  She is a Senior Fellow on the Democracy Team at Demos, a New York-based think tank.
www.allisonfine.com/

Frogloop is a blog offering practical tips for online fundraising, advocacy and social media.
http://www.frogloop.com/

Katya’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog on nonprofit marketing, fundraising, social media and doing good in the world better and faster.
www.nonprofitmarketingblog.com/

Kivi’s Nonprofit Marketing Guide is a blog on making a big impression with smart, savvy marketing and communications.
www.nonprofitmarketingguide.com/blog/

Mission Minded is marketing and communications firm for nonprofits and foundations that offers free online guides on everything from messaging to annual reports.
www.mission-minded.com/marketing-guides/

Nancy Schwartz’s “Getting Attention” blog is a constant source of ideas, tactics, and tips for nonprofit communicators focused on helping their organizations succeed through effective marketing.
http://gettingattention.org/

Social Innovation

Stanford Social Innovation Review is an award-winning magazine and website that covers cross-sector solutions to global problems. SSIR is written for and by social change leaders in the nonprofit, business, and government sectors who view collaboration as key to solving environmental, social, and economic justice issues.
www.ssireview.org/

Certified B Corporations are certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Today, there is a growing community of more than 600 Certified B Corps from 15 countries and 60 industries working together toward 1 unifying goal: to redefine success in business.
www.bcorporation.net/

Technology

Tech Soup connects your nonprofit, charity, or public library with technology products, plus the learning resources you need to make informed decisions about technology.
www.techsoup.org

Idealware, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, provides thoroughly researched, impartial and accessible resources about software to help nonprofits make smart software decisions.
www.idealware.org

Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) facilitates the exchange of knowledge and information within our community. We connect our members to each other, provide professional development opportunities, educate our constituency on issues of technology use in nonprofits, and spearhead groundbreaking research, advocacy, and education on technology issues affecting our entire community.
www.nten.org

Taproot Foundation’s mission is to lead, mobilize and engage professionals in pro bono service that drives social change.
www.taprootfoundation.org

Volunteer Management

Idealist.org maintains a huge directory of nonprofit and volunteering resources.
www.idealist.org

VolunteerMatch assists individuals nationwide find volunteer opportunities posted by local nonprofit and public sector organizations.
www.volunteermatch.org

California Volunteers is a resource provided by the State of California Governor’s office to help California’s nonprofit and human service providers find volunteers.
www.californiavolunteers.org

 

Other Social Justice Funders

Regional Social Justice Funders

Ventura, CA – Social Justice Fund for Ventura County - www.socialjusticefundvc.org/

Los Angeles, CA – Liberty Hill Foundation www.libertyhill.org/

San Diego, CA – Foundation for Change – www.foundation4change.org/

Knoxville, TN – Appalachian Community Fund – www.appalachiancommunityfund.org/

Philadelphia, PA – Bread & Roses Community Fund – www.breadrosesfund.org/

Denver, CO – Chinook Fund – www.chinookfund.org/

Chicago, IL – Crossroads Fund – www.crossroadsfund.org/

Boise, ID – Fund for Idaho – www.fundforidaho.org/

Decatur, GA – Fund for Southern Communities – www.fundforsouth.org

Honolulu, HI – Hawai’I People’s Fund – www.hawaiipeoplesfund.org/

Boston, MA – Haymarket People’s Fund – www.haymarket.org/

Minneapolis, MN – Headwaters Foundation for Justice – www.headwatersfoundation.org/

Portland, OR – McKenzie River Gathering – www.mrgfoundation.org/

New York City, NY – North Star Fund – www.northstarfund.org/

Pittsburgh, PA – Three Rivers Community Foundation – www.trcfwpa.org/

Madison, WI – Wisconsin Community Foundation – www.forwardci.org/wisconsin-community-fund

Seattle, WA – Social Justice Fund Northwest – www.socialjusticefund.org/

National Social Justice Funders

Arcus Foundation – www.arcusfoundation.org/socialjustice

Gill Foundation – www.gillfoundation.org/

Ford Foundation – www.fordfoundation.org/issues

Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fundwww.haasjr.org/

Horizons Foundation – www.horizonsfoundation.org/

Andrus Family Fundwww.affund.org/docs/index.html

Astraea Lesbian Foundation For Justice www.astraeafoundation.org/

Common Council Foundationhttp://www.commoncounsel.org/

Tides Foundationhttp://www.tides.org/

More to come...