Members of the 2019-20 Equitable Public Space Giving Project raised $150,000 from 366 donors. This money was matched 2:1 by a generous grant from the William Penn Foundation, allowing Giving Project members to make $450,000 in grants through the Equitable Public Space Fund to 20 grassroots groups that are using community organizing to promote equitable public space.
Like all Giving Projects at Bread & Roses, the 2019-20 Equitable Public Space Giving Project brought together a group of people from across all differences of race, class, age, and gender who share a vision for social justice and want to apply their time, talent, and resources to supporting movements for change.
Fundraising for the 2019-20 Equitable Public Space Giving Project is now closed, but you can still make a donation to support future Giving Projects here.
Equitable Public Space Fund Grantees
Asian Americans United
Black and Brown Workers Cooperative
Coalition of African Communities
Cooper Grant Neighborhood Association
and Concerned Citizens of North Camden
Healing Communities USA
Holly Street Neighbors Community Garden
Mount Vernon Manor CDC
National Institute for Healthy Human Spaces
Norris Square Community Alliance
One Art Community Center
Philadelphia Black Pride
Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
Senior to Senior Community Outreach
Urban Tree Connection
William Way LGBT Community Center
Members of the 2019-20 Equitable Public Space Giving Project
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