So Love Can Win Grant Awards

Akonadi Foundation completed Round One of our 2020 So Love Can Win Rapid Response Fund. Over three weeks, the Foundation approved over 40 grants totalling $480,000 to Oakland healers, journalists, culture-makers and movement organizations. 

2020 So Love Can Win Grants Awards as of May 12, 2020
Adamika Village
Afro Urban Society
American Indian Child Resource Center
Asian Immigrant Women Advocates
Asian Refugees United
Attitudinal Healing Connection
B.H. Brillant Minds Projects Inc.
Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network
Betti Ono
Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation
Black New World Journalist Collective
California Prison Focus
Choices for Freedom Inc
Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ)
Community Ready Corps (CRC)
Conjure And Mend/Regina’s Door
Debre Meheret Kidus Michael Ethiopian Orthodox Church
Diamano Coura West African Dance Company
East Bay Meditation Center
East Oakland Grocery Cooperative
Fua Dia Congo
Girls & Womxn of Color Collaborative
Global Communication Education and Art (GCEA)
Hard Knock Radio
Homies Empowerment
Intertribal Friendship House
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
Ministerio Latino
Nomadic Press
Oakland Communities United for Equity & Justice (OCUEJ)
Peacock Rebellion
Radical Monarchs
Re-Present Media
Sacred Roots, Oakland
Somos Familia
Spirit Root Medicine People: Indigenous Two Spirit Lifeways
The Beat Within
The East Oakland Collective
Trybe Inc.
United Roots