Voices for Civil Justice is a national nonpartisan communications hub for civil legal aid that works "to close the justice gap so that people who are poor or nearly poor can get equal access to justice and overcome barriers to social mobility, racial equality, and economic justice." Studies estimate that 80 percent of the serious legal needs of poor Americans who are eligible for civil legal aid go unmet due to insufficient funding and support. Launched in the fall of 2013, Voices for Civil Justice works to address this challenge by showcasing the work of local and national actors in the civil legal aid community, increasing public awareness, organizing the field, and building public support for better outcomes.
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Oakland Fund for Public Innovation
The mission of the Oakland Fund for Public Innovation (OFPI), a project housed at the New Venture Fund, is to engage public- and private-sector partners to innovate, test, and scale ideas that will enhance and help improve the city of Oakland. This fund is strategically positioned to leverage the resources and strengths of the public and private sectors to support city priorities. The Hewlett Foundation’s support will help OFPI tackle some of Oakland’s most complex issues of income inequality, housing, employment, and racial equity, with a focus on the most vulnerable communities in the city.
for the Collective Action Fund for Accountability, Resilience, and Adaptation
for the Zero Now Fund
The Zero Now Fund incubates state, city, and corporate campaigns to rapidly accelerate transport electrification. This grant supports (a) a campaign to accelerate electric urban freight delivery in U.S. cities, (b) campaigns for key companies to support the transition to 100% electric transport, and (c) campaigns to secure key U.S. states to commit to 100% vehicle electrification by 2030. This grant is a long-running part of our strategy to accelerate the share of electric vehicles in the U.S. in order to decarbonize transportation. (Substrategy: Electrification)