IPN Awarded a 2022 Grassroots Fund Grant

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Indigenous People’s Network (IPN) was awarded a Grow Grant for $3,600 from the Grassroots Fund on June 24th. Learn more about the grant.

Indigenous People’s Network (IPN) is a grassroots, community based, native organization working to improve the quality of life of All people. Our educational programs & projects are a new approach towards economic, social and cultural development. We perpetuate the Native cultural way of life by preserving the wisdom, knowledge & understanding of our holistic culture. Learn More about IPN.

The New England Grassroots Environment Fund, Inc, (Grassroots Fund) was founded in 1996 as a funder’s collaborative, with a mission to energize and nurture long-term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and environmentally sustainable communities throughout the six New England states. With a focus on those who have often been marginalized, Grassroots Fund empowers individuals, groups and organizations working across a broad range of environmental and social justice issues. By helping them identify, select and access the specific tools, resources and connections they need to challenge existing systems, they are able to develop lasting solutions to the complex problems affecting the places they live and the health of the people who live there. We’re supporting change makers who not only experience marginalization but face systemic and structural barriers to traditional funding. Learn more about the Grassroots Fund.


Pocasset Pokanoket Land Trust Named a Core Grantee by the Food and Farm Communication Funds

The Food & Farm Communications Fund (FFCF) is a pooled grantmaking fund that meets a critical need in the field of food system transformation: funding communications strategy and capacity. Their mission is to provide communications funding and resources for grassroots organizations and networks working to uplift frontline narratives, build power, and embolden transformative food and farm systems change.

Each year they give out several Core Grants, which awards strategic communications and narrative change support to frontline organizations and grassroots networks working to advance systemic and cultural change across our food and farm systems.

We are proud to announce that The Pocasset Pokanoket Land Trust is one the Core Grantees for 2022.