We fund organizations and movements fighting for climate justice in the U.S. and Caribbean.
Top philanthropies are giving only 1.3% of their U.S. climate dollars to BIPOC (Black Indigenous and People of Color) led environmental justice groups, who are leading the fight against climate change. Recognizing these disparities, CLF works alongside partner organizations and climate justice leaders, acknowledging their deep understanding of what is necessary to achieve justice in their own communities.
Our climate justice grants provide funds to organizations in the U.S. and Caribbean focused on reimagining and implementing short and long-term solutions for climate impacts. These organizations integrate cultural considerations into decision-making, and work to advance environmental and racial justice causes.
Map markers represent where our partners are headquartered. Several of our partners work across the Caribbean region.
The Caribbean Climate Justice Project
Ashley Lashley Foundation
Integrated Health Outreach
UNITED STATES PARTNERS
Black Feminist Fund
Center for Popular Democracy
Hive Fund for Gender and Climate Justice
The Solutions Project, INC
Helen’s Daughters aims to improve sustainable agriculture in St. Lucia. With funding from CLF, they run a Women Farmers’ Academy in collaboration with the University of the West Indies FAN project. The Project introduces women farmers from rural communities to free or low-cost educational opportunities in areas such as sustainable agriculture, agri-tech and climate resilient farming.
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