The Consumer Health Foundation envisions "Black people and people of the global majority living powerfully, abundantly, and beautifully in healthy, self-determined communities free of social, economic, and ideological violence." The Foundation achieves its vision "by centering the leadership and expertise of Black people and people of the global majority in the Washington, DC, region who live at the sharpest intersection of systems of oppression, in particular race, class, and gender identity." The Foundation's community power grantmaking program supports organizations that are committed to racial equity and are operationalizing it, undertaking community organizing or community engagement, and undertaking advocacy. Support is provided for the organizing of low-income patients/clients, workers, community members, immigrants, and others. Community-based organizations that use advocacy strategies with a racial equity lens at the local, state, and regional levels to create positive social changes are also supported. Grants will range from $15,000 to $20,000. The application deadline is July 16, 2021. (There will be an online information session about the RFP held on May 6, 2021.)
Visit the Foundation's website to register for the session and to review the 2021 Request for Proposals in English, Spanish, or Amharic.
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