Grapevine Groups Sending Nearly $2M to Charities Last Month

Sep 16, 2021

Every month Grapevine has the great pleasure of helping our collective giving groups send funds to nonprofits all over the country.

In August, Grapevine helped to send nearly $2M to 98 nonprofits in 32 different states. That’s incredible!

Here’s just a small sampling of some of the groups that we sent funds to and the incredible groups that made it happen. One group in particular, Liberated Capital: A Decolonizing Wealth Fund helped drive many of these donations. Make sure to check out their group and the great work that they’re doing.

African American Community Services Agency

From: Liberated Capital: A Decolonizing Wealth Fund

It is the mission of the African American Community Service Agency to preserve the dignity and culture of a diverse African American Community, and to provide services that promote the full participation of Santa Clara County and the general society.

Voto Latino

From: Vocal Minority

Voto Latino is a pioneering civic media organization that seeks to transform America by recognizing Latinos’ innate leadership. Through innovative digital campaigns, pop culture, and grassroots voices, we provide culturally relevant programs that engage, educate and empower Latinos to be agents of change. Together, we aim to build a stronger and more inclusive democracy.

Chambliss Center for Children

From: 100+ Women Who Care - Chattanooga

The purpose of the Chambliss Center for Children is to preserve family unity and to help prevent the dependency, neglect, abuse and delinquency of children by responding to the community’s childcare needs.

Reach Out West End

From: Youth Grant Makers- Reach Out

Reach Out is dedicated to embracing communities to strengthen the human bonds that enable all community members to grow, thrive, and lead.

Second Serve Club

From: Second Serve

Second Serve is a youth-run nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of underprivileged kids who love tennis by supporting them with the equipment they need.

Harvest Project Food Rescue

From: Dallas Collective

To fight food waste and food insecurity by rescuing surplus produce destined for the landfill and redirecting them to communities in need.

New Orleans Safety and Freedom

From: Bail Fund Giving Circle

Revolving bail fund restoring the presumption of innocence for people awaiting trial.

Alaska Community Action on Toxics

From: Liberated Capital: A Decolonizing Wealth Fund

A statewide non-profit research and advocacy organization dedicated to protecting environmental health and achieving environmental justice.