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Faith Action for Community Equity is a multi-issue community organization in Hawaii. The organization has 52 institutional members representing people from a wide variety of economic and ethnic backgrounds on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii. This grant will provide general purposes support to the organization.
The Community Learning Partnership is an initiative of Community Catalyst, a Boston-based technical assistance and advocacy organization. The purpose of the Community Learning Partnership is to engage people with extensive experience in community organizing and community development to explore ways to build a stronger infrastructure for learning in the field of community and social change. The project has three goals: 1) training a new generation of organizational development specialists and equipping them with the knowledge and capacity to work with grassroots groups; 2) expanding college-based education on community change and organizing; and 3) developing models for reconnecting veterans of community organizing with their successors to provide mentoring, training, and support.
The Center for Community Change is a comprehensive technical assistance provider to grassroots community groups in low-income areas, providing hands-on technical assistance in community development, community organizing, organizational development, and public policy support to communities throughout the United States. This general purpose grant supports the grantee's general operations, so it can continue its excellent work in assisting grassroots community-based groups in their work on pressing issues.
The Mott Foundation, through its Pathways Out of Poverty program, supports initiatives to engage individuals, particularly those from low-income neighborhoods, in identifying and taking action on their mutually held concerns.
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