2016 Grants ›

The LIFT Fund has awarded $590,000 to fifteen worker centers partnering with labor unions nationwide – from Mississippi to Maine and North Carolina to California – that support building working people power using new and innovative forms of organizing.

2015 Grants ›

The LIFT Fund awarded $585,000 to 17 worker centers partnering with labor unions nationwide – from Mississippi and New Mexico to Tennessee and New York – that support building worker power using new, innovative forms of organizing.

2014 Grants ›

The LIFT Fund awarded $510,000 to 14 organizations nationally. The awards were given to groups working at the local or state level and organizing immigrants, African Americans women, and rural workers. All grants were awarded to worker justice organizations with a demonstrated practice of collaboration with their labor union partner.

2013 Grants ›

The LIFT Fund awarded $560,000 to 12 organizations across the country. These organizations are focused on organizing immigrants, African Americans, women, and rural workers. All grants were awarded to non-profit organizations with a demonstrated practice of collaboration with other worker justice organizations, both traditional labor and otherwise.

2012 Grants ›

The LIFT Fund awarded $475,000 to 12 organizations across the country. The organizations were funded to work at the local or state level to organize African Americans, women, and rural workers. All grants were awarded to organizations doing innovative and cutting edge work to advance worker justice as part of a community/labor partnership.