Supporting Nonviolence and Social Justice Since 1974.
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Where Your Money Goes – Year Ending June 30, 2015

Complete financial statements will be posted here.

2015 Grants – What You Helped Support

Social Justice Fund — 18 grants ($34,950) in the U.S. and beyond for community peacebuilding, prisoners’ rights, popular communication and nonviolence leadership trainings, environmental justice, youth empowerment against incarceration and deportation, organizing against wage theft, education about the cost of war, and campaigns against apartheid, occupation, and impunity. (Read more about our Social Justice Fund grants in 2015 and 2014.)

International Nonviolence Training Fund — 1 grant ($4,000) for a training workshop in collaboration with the Africa Solidarity Network, helping diaspora activist leaders from Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Rwanda living in Durban, South Africa guide their communities to apply nonviolent means in seeking democratic change. (Read more about our INTF grants here.)

NOVA Fund — 3 grants ($46,000) in Peru, Costa Rica and Mexico for indigenous rights and empowerment, environmental organizing, and peace education. (Read more about our NOVA Fund grants in 2015 and 2014.)

Sponsored and endowment grants — $867,448 to support 16 projects in the U.S. and beyond promoting feminism, self-determination, human rights, international justice, and nonviolent resolution of conflicts; opposing war, militarism, imperialism, occupation, and displacement; and educating about climate change, nuclear power, and the environment. (Read more about our current sponsored projects here.)