Grantees

Arizona Interfaith Alliance for Worker Justice

Phoenix, AZ
2012
AIAWJ challenges workplace injustice by collaborating with, educating, and mobilizing working people, providing direct services and assistance, developing leadership, and advocating for just labor policy and practice. Through...

Border Agricultural Workers Project

El Paso, TX
2012
The Border Agricultural Workers Project is based in El Paso, Texas and works in the US-México border region around El Paso, Texas. This corner region of the states...

Chainbreaker Collective

Sante Fe, NM
2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
Chainbreaker is a membership-based economic and environmental justice organization. We work to expand access to affordable transportation and sustainable communities for working people in Santa Fe and surrounding...

Challenger Street Newspaper

Austin, TX
2017
Challenger Street Newspaper's mission "is to empower people in need with economic opportunity and have their viewpoints heard. This paper uplifts and gives information to our most under-represented...

Fuerza Unida

San Antonio, TX
2017, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
Fuerza Unida is an organization led by Mexican-American women founded in 1990 by over 600 mostly women garment workers, displaced after Levi’s Strauss left the city of San...

Fund for Empowerment

Phoenix, AZ
2019
Fund for Empowerment works to build community resources for oppressed and marginalized people, via direct services, capacity-building training, and project support.

Semillas del Desierto/Desert Seeds

Flagstaff, AZ
2019
Semillas del Desierto/Desert Seeds are workers dedicated to serving the working-class community in Flagstaff who are experiencing wage theft and unfair labor practices, regardless of citizenship status. They...

Southside Worker Center

Tucson, AZ
2017
The Southside Worker Center supports a community of worker-leaders building collective power and raising the standards of worker conditions so that members can take part in dignified work...

Texas Tenants' Union

Dallas, TX
2018
The Texas Tenants’ Union is a nonprofit tenants’ rights organization. We empower tenants through education and organizing to protect their rights, preserve their homes, improve their living conditions...

The Outlaw Project

Phoenix, AZ
2018
The Outlaw Project is based on the principles of intersectionality to prioritize the leadership of people of color, transgender women, gender non-binary and migrants for sex worker rights.