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A technology nonprofit that works to connect incarcerated people with support networks, decrease recidivism rates, and reduce prison populations. Its ecosystem of products helps families, corrections officials, and service providers empower successful reentry from day one.

Giving Area Amount Year Purpose
Good Fight Grants $50,000

general support

The world's oldest and largest library association comprised of 57,000 libraries and library professionals. It provides programmatic and financial support, as well as education, publications, and professional development to member libraries. With this support, libraries provide their communities an inclusive space to connect and build empathy, breaking down institutional and cultural barriers.

Giving Area Amount Year Purpose
Areas of Exploration $200,000

general support, $150,000 in 2021 and $200,000 in 2022 (payment two of two, total grant amount $350,000)

Good Fight Grants $50,000

Unite Against Book Bans Campaign, hosted by Office for Intellectual Freedom General Donations

Responsive $2,000,000

COVID-19 responsive regranting program for libraries

Areas of Exploration $150,000

general support, $150,000 in 2021 and $200,000 in 2022 (payment one of two, total grant amount $350,000)

Responsive $1,000,000

COVID-19 responsive regranting program for libraries

Areas of Exploration $150,000

general support

Areas of Exploration $75,000

general support

Areas of Exploration $50,000

Great Stories Club (GSC)

Areas of Exploration $50,000

Great Stories Club (GSC)

<p>A Rapid City-based organization that honors and supports the Collective Spirit of First Peoples artists and culture bearers. Its "Dances with Words" program is a youth spoken word initiative on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. It connects youth to Native American oral traditions and amplifies young voices in the community through facilitating and mentoring the creation of literature, poetry, spoken word, and music. It is among the organizations that make up the Youth Speaks Brave New Voices Network.</p>

Giving Area Amount Year Purpose
Good Fight Grants $50,000

Education and Impact Project for We The Peoples Before

Stories $7,500

Dances With Words

Stories $15,000

Dances With Words

Stories $15,000

Dances With Words

A nonprofit that promotes free access to public art and whose mission is to rally large groups of people together to create impossible works that, through awe, free humanity's better nature. In 2021, it partnered with sculptor and activist Dana King on Monumental Reckoning, a 350-piece art installation that tells the story of the 350 African ancestors who were abducted and forcibly taken to the United States as the country’s first enslaved people. The installation surrounds the site of the toppled statue of Francis Scott Key, who was both a slave owner and the author of The Star Spangled Banner.

Giving Area Amount Year Purpose
One Time Gifts $25,000

Monumental Reckoning

Good Fight Grants $25,000

Monumental Reckoning

An initiative that aims to provide 650 women across Georgia an average of $850 monthly for two years. This project emerged from the recommendations of a community-driven task force that examined the root caused of economic insecurity and wealth and found that Black women face some of the harshest economic insecurity and financial instability, with significant ripple effects on families and communities.

Giving Area Amount Year Purpose
Good Fight Grants $50,000

In Her Hands campaign hosted by The GRO Fund

A nonprofit committed to the national reckoning around race by finding creative ways to honor the voiceless, the minimized, and the ignored. Its three phase effort involves erecting the Mothers of Gynecology monument, opening a Travel Center, and finally a Creative Changemakers Museum. These projects will highlight the power of art, music, and conversation to change narratives and heal wounds of indifference.

Giving Area Amount Year Purpose
Good Fight Grants $50,000

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