Racial & Economic Justice Fund

This fund supports groups that are engaged in direct-action community organizing in the Delaware Valley to promote racial and economic justice at the local, state, national or international policy levels.

  • AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power
  • (ACT UP) Philadelphia
  • Asian Americans United
  • Disabled in Action
  • Eastern North Philadelphia Coalition
  • Heeding God’s Call
  • The Philadelphia Security Officers Union
  • Taxi Workers Alliance of PA
  • Youth United for Change

Future Fund

This fund supports organizations working on emerging issues or developing new approaches to social justice activism. These groups employ strategies such as cultural work, media advocacy and political education.

  • Campaign for Working Families
  • Chester Upland Citizens for
  • Educational Progress
  • Food Organizing Collaborative (FORC)
  • Philadelphians Organized to Witness
  • Empower and Rebuild (POWER)
  • Southeastern Pennsylvania First
  • Suburbs Project

Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative

This is a donor-advised fund that provides grants for criminal justice reform activism. Grantees target issues such as police accountability, racially biased sentencing policies, growth of the for-profit prison industry, criminalization of youth and the death penalty.

  • Books through Bars
  • Human Rights Coalition
  • Inside Out Prison Exchange
  • New Sanctuary Movement
  • Pennsylvania Innocence Project
  • Pennsylvania Prison Society/Graterfriends
  • Pennsylvanians for Alternatives to the
  • Death Penalty
  • Reconstruction, Inc.
  • Reunification Transportation Services
  • Witness to Innocence
  • Youth & Art Self-empowerment Project

One Percent Fund

This fund was created in 2006 by a group of dedicated activists who recognized that they would have a greater impact on sustainable political change by pooling their contributions to make targeted grants. Members of the group have made the commitment to donate 1% of their income annually.

  • Black Liberation Community
  • Development Conference
  • Dream Activists
  • New Sanctuary Movement