Hopewell Fund

For Economic Security Project’s Anti-Monopoly Fund

  • Amount
    $650,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    10/14/2019
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Strategies
Overview
Americans are beginning to feel the painful consequences of a historic level of market concentration, spurring public backlash, legal and economic innovation, and grassroots mobilization against monopolies. The Economic Security Project is pursuing a two-year Anti-Monopoly Fund to harness this nascent energy to build a sustained, cross-sector anti-monopoly effort to rein in the power of corporations over our democracy and economy. In concert with other funders and leaders, the Fund will build a robust ecosystem of anti-monopoly actors; catalyze legal and economic research, power-building campaigns, and powerful storytelling; and elevate both established organizations and new leadership alike.
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Grants to this Grantee
for Economic Security Project’s Anti-Monopoly Fund  
Americans are beginning to feel the painful consequences of a historic level of market concentration, spurring public backlash, legal and economic innovation, and grassroots mobilization against monopolies. The Economic Security Project is pursuing a two-year Anti-Monopoly Fund to harness this nascent energy to build a sustained, cross-sector anti-monopoly effort to rein in the power of corporations over our democracy and economy. In concert with other funders and leaders, the Fund will build a robust ecosystem of anti-monopoly actors; catalyze legal and economic research, power-building campaigns, and powerful storytelling; and elevate both established organizations and new leadership alike.
for support of the Resources for Abortion Delivery’s business sustainability project  
Over the past two decades, forces such as challenging economic circumstances and burdensome laws have made it increasingly difficult for abortion providers to operate their clinical practices consistently and with financial sustainability. This project will conduct analyses that will help abortion providers assess and address the conditions in which they are working, and ensure they can continue serving women who are in need.

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