A fiscally sponsored project of the Social Good Fund, Brown Girl Surf works to build a more diverse, environmentally reverent, and joyful women’s surf culture by increasing access to surfing, cultivating community, amplifying the voices of women of color surfers, and taking care
About the Grantee
P.O. Box 5473, Richmond, CA, 94805, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for Peacock Rebellion
Peacock Rebellion, a sponsored project of Social Good Fund, is a San Francisco Bay Area arts group dedicated to building cultures of safety and healing. Its programs are informed by the needs, creativity, and leadership of queer and transgender BIPOC artists, providing relevant services and supports to Bay Area artists including project funding and presentation, professional development opportunities, advocacy trainings, and technical assistance. Peacock Rebellion also provides consultation services to local artists and organizations seeking to better serve historically disinvested populations. This grant advances the program’s Artists strategy by supporting Peacock Rebellion’s efforts to ensure trans BIPOC artists throughout the region have equitable access to relevant services.
for the Civity project
Civity’s vision and work is creating a culture of belonging for everyone. Civity trains and coaches community leaders to intentionally foster relationships of respect and empathy between people who see each other as different. With this grant, Civity will support diverse members of fossil fuel-dependent communities to form relationships enabling them to work together in a “just transition” toward resilient and environmentally sustainable new economies. Civity is housed within the Social Good Fund; this grant will provide flexible support for Civity's work.
for The Curve Foundation
The Curve Foundation is a fiscally sponsored project of Social Good Fund, a California nonprofit corporation. The foundation is focused on giving voice to, validating, and preserving the experiences and stories of the lesbians, queer women, trans women, and nonbinary people of all races and ages who make up the Curve Community. This grant will support the foundation’s operating expenses as it hires its first staff members. During the first year, it will build its first cohort of emerging journalists focused on telling stories related to the Curve Community, bringing them into community through a partnership with the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. With its new executive director, it plans to develop and implement programming around leadership and community archives and build its administrative, fundraising, and communications systems to enable future growth.