Donor Advised Fund Program Grantees

The Donor Advised Fund Program allows individuals and groups of donors to establish funds in order to distribute grants to organizations and issues of their choice. Bread & Roses provides a critical service to donors in this program by researching potential grantees and administering the funds. Learn more about the Donor Advised Fund Program and all Donor Advised Funds.

2016 Grantees

End AIDS in Ghana Fund

The End AIDS in Ghana Fund was established by staff at Philadelphia FIGHT to support the work to end AIDS in Ghana. The Ghana AIDS Commission, as the highest policy making body on HIV and AIDS in Ghana, provides effective and efficient leadership in the fight against HIV and AIDS through advocacy, joint planning with key stakeholders, monitoring and evaluation for the eventual elimination of the disease. | Website | Facebook

One Percent Fund

Action United‘s new Climate Organizing Project is using grassroots community organizing to fight for 100% renewable energy-based economy that provides green jobs and an end to oil and gas expansion in Philadelphia. The work is particularly focused on halting the city’s proposal to make Philadelphia an “energy hub.” | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Put People First! PA provides a vehicle for poor and working residents in Southeast Pennsylvania who are directly impacted by healthcare inequities including under-insurance, a lack of dental care, healthcare in the prison system, and a lack of access due to undocumented status to push for universality, participation, equity, transparency, and accountability in the healthcare system through transformative organizing, base building, and direct action. | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Resources for Racial Justice in Philly and Ferguson

Resources for Racial Justice in Philly and Ferguson is a partnership between Bread & Roses Community Fund and the Philadelphia Chapter of Resource Generation.  The fund was established to respond to police violence that occurred in Ferguson, MO in the summer of 2014.  Recognizing that police violence also occurs in Philadelphia and with a shared belief that community organizing led by those most affected is a necessary and powerful tool to dismantle the systemic racism at the heart of police violence,  Resources for Racial Justice in Philly and Ferguson has made a three year commitment to  raise and distribute funds  to the Organization for Black Struggle in Missouri and to the Racial & Economic Justice Fund here in Philadelphia.

Organization for Black Struggle (in St. Louis, Missouri) | Website | Facebook | Twitter

Bread & Roses Community Fund: Racial & Economic Justice Fund | Page | Grantees

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