Tides Advocacy

For The Advance Native Political Leadership Action Fund Project

This grant will support Advance Native Political Leadership (Advance) to build the power of Indigenous communities to determine the policies, resources, and leadership that will ensure their cultures and future generations are protected and self-determined. Indigenous women and girls face the highest rates of sexual violence in the country and lack adequate access to abortion, birth control, and other reproductive health care. Advance is increasing engagement and representation of Indigenous people in policy change through grassroots organizing, building a national resource repository of best practices for mobilizing Native American communities, and running a digital training program to increase leadership pathways for Indigenous women. (Strategy: U.S. Reproductive Health)
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for Data for Progress  
Data for Progress is a think tank for the future of progressive ideas. With this grant, Data for Progress will conduct research and highlight potential equitable and ambitious climate policies in the United States, including a green recovery from the coronavirus recession, and provide communications and polling support to aligned nonprofit organizations.
for the Poder Latinx Collective Fund  
This grant will support the work of the Poder Latinx Fund at Tides Advocacy to educate and mobilize Latinx community members on climate justice solutions through community organizing and an innovative partnership with Univision to hold climate environmental justice town halls. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
for support of Data for Progress 501(c)(3) transition  
This project will support the growth and self-management of Data for Progress by allowing it to expand beyond the constraints imposed by its current fiscal sponsorship at Tides Advocacy. The grant will support the establishment of a new legal entity and its application for recognition as a 501(c)(3) public charity. REIMAGINING CAPITALISMBoard Grants No board grants were made to this program in this docket cycle. For a list of reported grants please click here or see appendix.REIMAGINING CAPITALISMReported Grants No reported grants were made to this program in this docket cycle. For a list of board grants please click here or see appendix.

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