Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples: Thriving Women Program
The Thriving Women Program provides grants to support grassroots projects that empower indigenous women-led work to prevent violence against women and girls and nurture healthy and thriving native peoples and families.
Projects may include:
- Culturally relevant trauma support and healing methods for survivors and families
- Frontline land defense against extractive industries and camps
- Rescue and response for survivors of human trafficking, sexual violence, and domestic violence
- Empowerment through self-defense training and consent advocacy
- Providing emergency shelter and transportation
- Data sovereignty initiatives for missing and murdered indigenous women and girls
- Addressing and preventing gender/sexuality-based discrimination and hate crimes
Eligibility requirements include:
- Projects originate from and are led by the indigenous peoples served and who are most impacted by the issues, methods, and outcomes
- Focused on community organizing strategies centered in the culture and values of the community served
- Leadership/Board of Directors is comprised of 80% or more indigenous women and has an indigenous woman leader/executive director
- Nonprofit certification with 501(c)3 tax-exempt status, fiscal sponsorship, or tribally chartered
- Be in good standing with the Seventh Generation Fund
Awards will range between $30,000 - $50,000.
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