Greenlining Institute

For A Capital Campaign To Renovate And Occupy The New Greenlining Headquarters In Downtown Oakland

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    48 Months
  • Type of Support
    Capital Funds
The Greenlining Institute is a policy, research, organizing, and leadership institute working for racial and economic justice. Historically headquartered in Berkeley, California, Greenlining is now seeking to relocate to Oakland, California. The Institute recently acquired a building in downtown Oakland, which it seeks to renovate and occupy. The building will serve as Greenlining Institute’s new headquarters, as well as a hub for local nonprofits in need of affordable office space or convenient conference space. This grant supports Greenlining’s capital campaign.
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360 14th Street, 2nd Floor, Oakland, CA, 94612, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
The Greenlining Institute works toward a future when communities of color can build wealth, live in healthy places filled with economic opportunity, and are ready to meet the challenges posed by climate change. Greenlining brings its research and policy expertise to community-based organizations in California and across the U.S. to foster consensus-building that produces long-term policy and economic change. Greenlining spearheads innovative strategies at the intersections of racial, economic, and climate equity to build an abundant future that brings investments and opportunities into communities. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
for Greenlining the Block  
The Greenlining Institute works to support low- and middle-income communities in California, Michigan, Illinois, Virginia, Colorado, and North Carolina in pursuing community-driven climate action projects across the country and unlocking resources available as a result of federal climate investment legislation. This grant for their Greenlining the Block initiative will strengthen local coalitions to effectively pursue and access public and private climate resources. Greenlining will support local organizations to cultivate productive multisectoral partnerships grounded in community needs; support organizations to connect the dots across multiple financing streams; and directly support community capacity with tailored planning, project management, and technical expertise to realize community projects. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)

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