The Fund for an Inclusive California is a collaborative funding initiative co-designed with grassroots leaders to advance racial and economic equity by building the power of communities of color to achieve housing justice.
Anchored in a power-building framework, we focus on investing in the leadership of communities directly affected by unjust and racist housing policies, so that they may harness their individual and collective power to ensure that all people regardless of income have a safe, healthy, affordable, and stable place to call home.
The rich history of powerful organizing in a heavily racist environment has made the Inland Region a unique place where leaders continue to develop innovative and inspiring strategies to combat poverty, exclusionary housing policies, climate and environmental crises, and racism.
The Fund for an Inclusive California and Neighborhood Funders Group are honored to partner with the amazing organizations leading the fight for racial, economic, housing, and environmental justice in the Inland Region for a virtual learning visit for funders and philanthropic support organizations. As the U.S. begins to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the innovations and organizing power of the Inland region’s social movements makes it a strategic community for deep investment.
During this three day event, hear from grassroots leaders, workers, and people directly impacted by the intersecting conditions in the region, and learn how your foundation can fund movement partners so they can continue to build power.
Southern California’s Inland Region
Virtual Learning Visit
July 27-29, 2021
Agenda and Full Program Coming Soon
F4ICA is a pooled fund made up of diverse foundations that are committed to racial and economic justice and dedicated to supporting community-driven solutions. The launch of the next phase of the Fund for an Inclusive California is being designed to enable greater strategic coordination, leverage new resources, continue shared learning, and help lift up best practices for:
- Building power in low-income communities and communities of color
- Supporting local, regional, statewide and national alliance building
- Strengthening the infrastructure for advancing equity in California
- Successful community-centered equitable development and housing rights campaigns and
implementation from the local to the statewide level
- Co-design of funding strategies and priorities with community leaders
- Partnership between national, statewide and local funders
To learn more about the Fund for Inclusive California, please contact [email protected].