How Grant Makers Can Help State Policy Makers Advance Smart Approaches
For several years, philanthropists and advocacy organizations have invested far more in building progressive power than figuring out how to hold and use that power. Millions of dollars from philanthropists’ personal checking accounts flow into key states during election years then disappear until the next campaign cycle. This boom-and-bust funding pattern is predicated on the Continue readingRead More
Summer Round-up: Program Trainings & Partnerships!
It’s been a busy summer filled with important partnership trainings aimed at preparing our folks for the battles ahead, including the 2022 midterms. Here are some highlights from some of our recent partnerships! Continue readingBy Team re:power September 28, 2022
Throughout 2021, re:power partnered with Future Coalition to train nearly 1000 participants across 7 unique training series geared toward developing new youth organizers in the fight for climate justice. Continue readingBy Team re:power December 20, 2021
Democracy Alliance—New American Majority Action Fund
In 2020, we partnered with the New American Majority (NAM) Action Fund to train 30 of their grantees across 11 electoral battleground states on digital organizing and infrastructure. Continue readingBy Team re:power October 1, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Cassy Jones-McBryde
re:power alum Cassy Jones-McBryde is the Black Organizing Program Manager with Planned Parenthood of Michigan. Continue readingBy Team re:power April 28, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Kristerfer Burnett
Kristerfer Burnett is a City Councilman in Baltimore and an alum of our Progressive Governance Academy. Continue readingBy Team re:power February 1, 2021
Planned Parenthood Federation of America & Center for Working Families Fund
In 2020, re:power Fund (our c3 entity) and our partners Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and the Center for Working Families Fund (CWFF) received a collaborative grant to support the work of BIPOC Women, Femmes, and GNC folks across the country, and more specifically the South. Continue readingBy Zhenqi Ong December 30, 2020
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