Power Shift Network

Washington, DC
United States

Power Shift Network (PSN) provides expertise, training, relationship platforms, campaign toolkits, and organizing tools to its 90-plus member organizations working to disrupt the broken systems that are the root causes of climate change and social injustice. With a focus on young Black, Indigenous, people of color, PSN is rooted in equity and democratic decision-making. It helps guide historically white environmental organizations to embrace and support bottom-up organizing in low-income communities and communities of color that lets people on the frontlines speak for themselves.

PSN members work on an incredible diversity of issues and campaigns—from fighting tar sands pipelines to building locally-owned renewable energy projects and supporting diverse youth candidates to run for office. By training and empowering individuals from an array of socioeconomic background, racial identities, and issue areas, PSN seeks to create a more effective and sustainable movement and develop the next generation of climate and environmental justice leaders.

Grants

$100,000
for
24 months
Awarded
For general support
Public and Policymaker Awareness of Climate Change
$50,000
for
12 months
Awarded
For general support
Public and Policymaker Awareness of Climate Change
$50,000
for
12 months
Awarded
For general support.
Public and Policymaker Awareness of Climate Change
$25,000
for
12 months
Awarded
For Power Shift 2016.
Public and Policymaker Awareness of Climate Change
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Our online database includes grants made by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund over the past five years.