Grantmaking

ARC Toward Justice

The Arc Toward Justice Fund seeks to stop the criminalization of youth and young adults of color, end the school-to-prison pipeline, and build responses to harm that nurture wellness and well-being. As we just expanded our grantee cohort last November, we will not be reopening this fund for applications in 2017.

Beloved Community Fund

The Beloved Community Fund supports impactful public cultural and art events and projects geared toward communities of color in Oakland. Applications may be submitted online at any time, check here for our proposal due dates.

Updates & Events

  • Arc Toward Justice Spotlight: Aypal & APEN

    Arc Toward Justice May 2017 Spotlight By: Renee Geesler, Communications Coordinator Aypal’s 2017 May ArtsRead more  »

    Friday Night Blues

    Friday Night Blues OneFam’s Blues concert series supports its efforts to honor and share theRead more  »
  • No more fake budgets?! Exploring Equity-Based Approaches to Financial Review

    By Iris Garcia, Grants Manager at Akonadi Foundation Since 2000, Akonadi Foundation has been workingRead more  »

    Bursting the School to Prison Pipeline: A Youth Block Party Hosted by Peace in Action Youth

    Bursting the School to Prison Pipeline: A Youth Block Party Hosted by Peace in ActionRead more  »
  • Strengthening Our Movement in Times of Resistance

    Newsletter March 2017 Arc Toward Justice: Strengthening Our Movement in Times of Resistance Farewell toRead more  »

    Friday Night Blues

    Friday Night Blues OneFam’s Blues concert series supports its efforts to honor and share theRead more  »
  • Using Feedback to Strengthen our Work

    By: Iris Garcia As a racial justice foundation, we continually look for ways to incorporateRead more  »

    BH Brilliant Minds Project 10th Anniversary Juneteenth Festival

    B. H. Brilliant Minds proudly organizes the Oakland Juneteenth Annual Festival and Celebration We will be celebratingRead more  »
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