The Visionary Freedom Fund, administered by the Andrus Family Fund, seeks to ensure that Black, Brown, and Indigenous (BIPOC) youth impacted by the youth justice system on the frontlines have the resources, capacities, infrastructure, and relationships they need to develop and implement inspiring long-term, visionary change in their communities. Grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 will support organizations where leadership is impacted by the carceral state, criminal legal system, and/or systems of criminalization. Applying organizations must have young people in decision-making leadership roles. General operating grants are provided, with an emphasis on funding for organizations that are often left out of traditional philanthropic giving. The application deadline is February 26, 2021. The request for proposals is available on the Andrus Family Fund's website.
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