In January, United Way will begin accepting applications for funding from its Racial Justice Fund, with the intention of investing $50,000 beginning April 1. Organizations, initiatives, and individuals (with a fiscal sponsor) working to advance racial justice in Lane County are encouraged to apply.
In preparation, throughout December, the nonprofit will host “grant info sessions” aimed at reducing the barriers associated with applying for grant funding.
“We want to make sure that folks know we are really helping to fund people that we've never been funded before,” said Emily Dale, United . . .