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Groundswell Fund supports over 150 organizations across the United States in 47 states as well as Puerto Rico and Washington D.C.

Our grantmaking focuses on bolstering and scaling organizations that are building a strong grassroots base to win policy and systems change as well as organizations that are reducing poor birthing outcomes by expanding access to community-based midwifery and doula care. We acknowledge that systems change takes time. Thus, the vast majority of our grants are for general support, and we commit to funding efficient and effective organizations over many years. We award grants through four funds, and through our capacity building programs.

Learn more about the funds and the organizations in our most recent dockets by clicking the links below. Our 2020 dockets will be released in mid-December.

The Catalyst Fund supports grassroots organizing that advances reproductive justice policy, systems change and cross-movement alliances with other social justice organizations, including labor, environmental and economic justice.

The Rapid Response Fundprovides fast funding to grassroots organizations in critical but unexpected fights to protect and advance reproductive and social justice.

The Birth Justice Fund aims to eliminate disparities in pregnancy and birth outcomes experienced by women of color, low-income women, young women and transgender people by expanding their access to midwifery and doula care and training

The Liberation Fund supports the strongest intersectional organizing by women of color and transgender people of color across a diversity of social change movements in the United States.

The Black Trans Fund supports Black transgender, gender non-conforming (TGNC), and non-binary communities to build power towards collective liberation.