Fund for Frontline Power
THE VISION OF THE FUND IS TO MOVE RESOURCES TO FRONTLINE COMMUNITIES WHO ARE IMPLEMENTING CLIMATE SOLUTIONS THAT ARE INCLUSIVE, REGENERATIVE, REPLICABLE, AND SCALABLE.
This fund has been designed and managed by a 13-member Grassroots Governance Body comprised of grassroots climate justice advocates from across the country. The Governance Body will also review and make final decisions on the fund awards. The F4FP grant applications will be open November 1, 2022 until January 15, 2023.
F4FP is offering application submission in either written or video format in English and Spanish.
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