Meet the organizations making climate justice happen.

Cohort members are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color-led organizations working to advance community-driven climate solutions.

Cohort members receive wrap-around assistance to strengthen their capacity to apply for (and win!) public funding.

$27,500 in Financial Support

Every cohort member receives a one-time $25,000 grant award and a $2,500 technology stipend for participating in our programs.

Technical Assistance

Based on their capacity, cohort members are provided technical resources such as research and data analysis, project design, and evaluation.

Grant Application Support

Every cohort member is matched with a Navigator who provides individual support with federal grant registration and funding policies.

Private Education Portal Access

Participating cohort members receive an exclusive digest of federal, state, and local funding opportunities along with other educational resources.

Preparation Workshops

Cohort members regularly attend trainings on public grant requirements, federal proposal opportunities, and grant management/reporting.

Peer Community Building

Cohort members get to build community with their peers to share learnings, challenges, and resources.