Grantees LGBTQ + Indigenous Rights + Food Justice + Mid-Atlantic + 2018

Beet Street Gardens

Washington, DC
2018
Beet Street Gardens cultivates gardens and gardeners in partnership with organizations that have long-standing relationships working in communities facing significant barriers to safe, peaceful outdoor space, and healthy,...

Black Excellence Collective

Newark, NJ
2018, 2017
The Black Excellence Collective is a black-led grassroots organizing collective that that uses direct action, art, and popular education to uplift and empower queer, transgender and gender non...

Garden of Peace Project

Pittsburg, PA
2018
Garden of Peace Project was created to uplift, uphold, and empower the narratives and lived experiences of queer and/or trans folks of color. We work to manifest spaces...

Her Philly Moves

Philadelphia, PA
2018
Her Philly Moves promotes QTWOC visibility in Philadelphia.

Interlocking Roots

Brooklyn, NY
2018
Interlocking Roots is a group of queer and transgender Black Indigenous People of Color (QTBIPoC) who understand food and land work as anti-oppression work and a pathway to...

Interlocking Roots

Brooklyn, NY
2018
Interlocking Roots is a group of queer and transgender Black Indigenous People of Color (QTBIPoC) who understand food and land work as anti-oppression work and a pathway to...

Till Arts Project

Philadelphia, PA
2018
Till Arts Project is a grassroots organization committed to providing a safe space and resources for LGBTQ+ artists and creators to make and exhibit their work, and to...

WhyHunger

New York, NY
2018, 2016
WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance...