These nonprofits are dedicated to uplifting and empowering Black people and other marginalized communities and tackling the issues that disproportionately impact them. The following nonprofits are all either led or co-led by a person of color, and fifty percent are either led or co-led by women.
The nonprofits in the fund work to achieve racial justice and equity through the following strategies:
At Goodnation, one of our core priorities is to bring the knowledge and expertise of professional foundations to individual donors. When granting to a nonprofit whose model and potential for impact has been vetted by experts in the field, you can feel confident that your gift is maximally meaningful.
To put together this particular fund, we looked to two foundations that have built strong reputations for their funding of work that will make our society more just and equitable, and that are led by people of color, whose voices and priorities we feel should be centered in the conversation about how to address issues of racial injustice.
The Ford Foundation's grantmaking is guided by a vision of social justice—a world in which all individuals, communities, and peoples work toward the protection and full expression of their human rights; are active participants in the decisions that affect them; share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society; and are free to achieve their full potential.
The Libra Foundation believes society’s systems and structures should foster the human rights innate in every person. Their goal is to deploy all of their resources—knowledge, access, philanthropic resources and investment capital—to build a more just and free society.
Thank you for generous giving through the Goodnation Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Below find instructions for completing your tax-deductible gift. Your efficient gift will support all of the nonprofits in the Racial Justice Fund.
These are groups whose work is national in scale; to build a custom portfolio based on your geographical area or particular interests within this issue area, please contact Goodnation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re planning to contribute more than $10,000 we ask that you give via check, ACH, wire transfer or donor-advised fund to ensure your support avoids processing fees associated with credit card transactions.
Make your check payable to “The Goodnation Foundation” and please indicate "Racial Justice Fund" in the memo. Mail your check to:
The Goodnation Foundation
601 West 26th Street, Suite 325-26
New York, NY 10001
By donor-advised fund
Once logged on to your donor-advised fund portal, search for “The Good Nation Foundation” or our EIN 81-4768448 and indicate your gift amount and the name of the Goodnation fund or campaign you would like to support.
The fund distribution is structured as such: