Direct and in-kind giving:

Highlighted grants

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NAACP’s Black Voices Change Lives

This election season, our partner organizations within The Public Interest Network provided more than $1 million of direct funding to the NAACP to support its non-partisan voter registration and mobilization program, Black Voices Change Lives.


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Marked By COVID

As the U.S. passed the grim milestone of 200,000 deaths from COVID-19, our partner Fair Share donated staff time to Marked By COVID to help identify and amplify the stories of people we’ve already lost to the virus. Marked By COVID continues to work with the loved ones of those we’ve lost in order to hold our leaders accountable and urge them to save lives by following public health guidelines.


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Fair Fight

Making voting secure and accessible for all is what a healthy and vibrant democracy requires. Leading up to the 2020 general election, our partner Environment America contributed $100,000 to Fair Fight to support vital work educating voters about their rights, encouraging them to vote and raising awareness about efforts to protect and reform our elections.


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Center for Innovative Policy

As Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis wrote, American states serve as laboratories of democracy, pioneering programs whose impacts resound throughout the country and influence what happens in Washington, D.C. In 2020, our partner Environment America gave $25,000 to support the Center for Innovative Policy, a nonpartisan think tank that identifies, disseminates and advocates for groundbreaking, fiscally responsible state-level policies.