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Support the Ambo Fund, Water for The Klamath!​

In partnership with The Klamath Tribes, we are proud to present The Ambo Fund, which accepts contributions from foundations and individuals to directly benefit The Klamath Tribes as they work to save the endangered c’waam and koptu fish populations in the upper Klamath Lake.

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Congratulations to Seeding Justice's Spring 2021 Grantees!​

Since our founding in 1976, Seeding Justice has had an activist-led grantmaking committee; it is not only foundational to who we are and how we operate, but also crucial in our quest to move wealth and shift power to our communities.

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Welcome, New Seeding Justice Board Members!

This summer, Seeding Justice welcomed two new activists to our …

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The Ambo Fund, Water for The Klamath

Since time immemorial, the Klamath Tribes have relied on the …

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Congratulations to Seeding Justice’s Spring 2021 Grantees!

For 45 years, we have known that those most impacted …

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The Chúush Fund: Water for Warm Springs

On May 31, 2019, the Tribal Council of the Confederated …

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A diptych of Michelle Fujii (left) and RaShaunda Brooks, our 2021 Lilla Jewel Award winners

*Drum Roll* Presenting our 2021 Lilla Jewel Awardees!

The Lilla Jewel Award—named in honor of artist, radical feminist, …

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Philanthropy and Indian Country

In January 2019, just about a month into my new …

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