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Solidaire Action is a community of donor organizers mobilizing critical resources to build political power for movements for racial, gender, and climate justice.

WHO WE ARE

Solidaire Action transcends the limitations of traditional philanthropy in pursuit of a more radical vision of political engagement. We directly support those who are most impacted and most qualified to shift political power. 

image of our grantee, Working Families Power

Image of our grantee Working Families Power. In Georgia they helped to elect three of their candidates to Atlanta City Council. In Colorado they swept a local school board. They won city-wide offices in New York City, flipped a city council in Washington, and won mayoral seats all over the U.S.

WHO WE ARE

Solidaire Action transcends the limitations of traditional philanthropy in pursuit of a more radical vision and model for giving.

image of our grantee, Working Families Power

Image of our grantee Working Families Power. In Georgia they helped to elect three of their candidates to Atlanta City Council. In Colorado they swept a local school board. They won city-wide offices in New York City, flipped a city council in Washington, and won mayoral seats all over the U.S.

HOW WE WORK

Solidaire Action moves money quickly and generously, and courageously advocates to repair the harms of society’s and philanthropy’s disinvestment from Black, Indigenous, immigrant and other communities leading from the margins.

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Movement Infrastructure Fund

The Movement Infrastructure Fund will provide long-term scaffolding for movement formations and organizations

Black Liberation Pooled Fund

The Black Liberation Pooled Fund invests in a robust ecosystem of Black-led social change organizations.

NEWS

Solidaire Action and our members are supporting some of the most innovative campaigns and candidates across the country. Learn more about our strategy, current campaigns, and campaign wins.

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Action St. Louis

Organizing for Black Power and Electoral Justice: Interview with Kayla Reed of Action St. Louis

Powerhouse organizer Kayla Reed shares her brilliant vision for social change, her excitement about the power of Black-led electoral justice organizing, and the mandates philanthropy must take up in order to support movements’ contesting for power.

The Time Is Now

With the help of our fiscal sponsor, Tides Advocacy, and a newly formed Advisory Board of donor members and movement leaders, we are honored to roll out a new strategy and a new website to expand c4 grantmaking. This strategy is a direct and deliberate response to our movement partners’ mandates for how to fund them to win for the long haul.
BLM protest

Five Ways Funders Can Support Movements Building True Multiracial, Feminist Democracy

What role can philanthropy play in leading us towards a more just democracy and resource social movements? We offer some reflections on the current moment as well as recommendations to guide social justice, human rights, and democracy funders.

Solidaire Action and its members move more than money – we move social change by ensuring grassroots movements have what they need to win, now.