We focus our grantmaking in the areas of Climate and Energy, Ecological Agriculture, and Human Rights. While we primarily work domestically we do limited granting internationally.
Please note, all of the Foundation's grantmaking is now done on a strictly invitational basis and we will not review proposals received either in the mail or to our email inbox. We proactively seek new partnerships based on our program area strategies.
This database is being updated and currently only includes a sampling of our work, please check back as we continue to add grantees to the database.
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|Global Press Institute||Democratic Republic of Congo & Haiti||Human Rights|
|HEAL Food Alliance|
|Health and Environmental Funders Network||Bethesda, MD||Energy|
|Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy||Minneapolis, MN||Ecological Agriculture|
|Institute for Local Self Reliance||Minneapolis, MN||Energy, Ecological Agriculture|
|International Rivers||Berkeley, CA & Democratic Republic of Congo||Human Rights|
|Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement||Des Moines, IA||Ecological Agriculture|
|Land Stewardship Project||Minneapolis, MN||Ecological Agriculture|
|Lexicon of Sustainability||Petaluma, CA||Ecological Agriculture|
|Limye Pa w||Haiti||Human Rights|
|Los Angeles Business Council||Los Angeles, CA||Energy|
|Main Street Project||Minneapolis, MN||Ecological Agriculture|
|Marin Carbon Project||Nicasio, CA||Ecological Agriculture|
|Missouri Rural Crisis Center||Columbia, MO||Ecological Agriculture|
|Mother Jones||San Francisco, CA||Energy|
|Movement Generation||Oakland, CA||Ecological Agriculture|
|Namati||Washington, DC & International||Human Rights|
|Natural Justice||New York, NY||Human Rights|