Current Grantees

Community Labor United

Community Labor United, in partnership with the Greater Boston Labor Council, works to empower community-based organizations and labor unions to build strategic campaigns that protect and promote the interests of low and middle-income working families in the Greater Boston Area. Through a program of coalition building, research and policy development, public education, and grassroots mobilization, they advance policies that promote quality jobs, secure healthcare, affordable housing, and environmental justice for all.

National Black Workers Center

The National Black Workers Center is a Black worker power building and worker’s rights advocacy organization that leads with militant joyfulness and Black movement culture. They reject white supremacy culture in movement-building work and lift up the reality that for Blacks, seriousness and joy are not mutually exclusive. They believe Black workers are more than ready to lead, and everyone benefits when they follow the sound of their call.

Progressive Maryland Education Fund

Progressive Maryland is a statewide nonprofit advocacy organization promoting racial, social, economic, and environmental justice. With over 120,000 individual members, supporters, and organizational affiliates statewide, they are leading the fight for progressive change in Maryland through grassroots organizing, public education, and legislative advocacy.

Puget Sound Sage

Puget Sound Sage charts a path to a living economy in the South Salish Sea and Duwamish River Valley regions by developing community power to influence, lead and govern. They are working in partnership with the Martin Luther King, Jr. County Labor Council, which is the central body of labor organizations in King County, Washington. Their mission is to unify all labor organizations in King County to build power and strength for all workers.

Our Schools San Antonio

Our Schools San Antonio is a community-led movement for educational justice in San Antonio

UE Research and Education Fund