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Voqal is excited to announce grants to seven organizations working in Oregon to create a more racially and socially equitable state. The grants to Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), Building Power for Communities of Color, Latino Network Action Fund, Unite Oregon Action, Oregon Futures Lab, Imagine Black, and PCUN reflect Voqal’s commitment to

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Voqal is excited to announce grants to nine organizations working in Minnesota to create a more racially and socially equitable community. The grants to Awood Center, Black Visions Collective, Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha, Comunidades Organizando el Poder y la Accion Latina, Minnesota Healing Justice Network, Minnesota Holistic Black-led Movement Fund, Nexus Community

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In the latest grantmaking spotlight, Mary Coleman and Annie Stoneburner celebrate the life and work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by highlighting Voqal grantees that exemplify the values that she exhibited during her time on the Supreme Court.  The nation recently mourned the passing of a giant, an innovator, and a leader. Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG)

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Voqal is excited to announce grants to 10 organizations working in Colorado to create a more racially and socially equitable community. The grants to Another World is Possible Fund ($5,000), Black Lives Matter 5280 ($10,000), COLOR Action Fund ($17,452), Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition Action Fund ($15,405), Colorado People’s Action ($19,500), Denver Justice Project ($10,000), Free

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Voqal recently joined a coalition of foundations and philanthropic organizations formed in response to the killing of George Floyd. These organizations have partnered to denounce anti-blackness and racism in Minnesota. The Philanthropic Collective to Combat Anti-Blackness and Realize Racial Justice plans on raising $25 million to transform the field of institutional philanthropy and invites additional

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Jane Addams Seniors in Action works to build racial, social, and economic justice. Its activities include community organizing, coalition building, issue campaigns, referenda efforts, educating voters, direct lobbying, and candidate electoral endorsements. With support from Voqal, Jane Addams Seniors in Action began organizing a base of seniors capable of engaging with both the important everyday

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Faith in Action Fund is one of the most dynamic political action funds in the country. Deeply committed to building power in communities of color, Faith in Action Fund is making waves that will reverberate through multiple generations. The fund has as a central premise a desire to make elected officials accountable to the communities

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The Center for Racial and Gender Equity works to build the power of the Black women most directly impacted by the intersections of violently racialized and gendered capitalism to advance a radical vision for liberation, through leadership development and political engagement. It runs grassroots policy and electoral campaigns, engaging Black voters and building Black women’s

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Chicago Votes Action Fund brings together young, driven Chicagoans who are ready to get their hands dirty and learn the grassroots basics of our democracy. It is committed to educating, training, and empowering the next generation of Chicagoans and has designed its programs to act as a springboard for young leaders to enter the life

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Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR) is dedicated to promoting the rights of immigrants and refugees to full and equal participation in the civic, cultural, social, and political life of a diverse society. Thanks in part to support from Voqal, ICIRR helped win important legislative victories for its constituents at the Illinois General

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