Wild Geese Foundation works in an intersectional manner to defend human rights, promote food justice and sovereignty, and to uplift youth. We acknowledge a society in which marginalized humans do not thrive is unsustainable.

Nationally, we support five issue areas: Reproductive justice, LGBTQ equality, youth, climate justice and organizing in Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities. Additionally, in the state of Massachusetts, we support food justice and expanding access to affordable and healthy food.

We focus our support on organizations with Black, Indigenous and People of Color leadership with the understanding that centuries of white supremacy and violence must be overcome. Our climate justice grants support restoring our planet to health so all life can be nurtured. Our support for reproductive freedom for all people is unequivocal.

We believe, as Mary Oliver said, “You do not have to walk on your knees” to access resources needed for the work to be done.

Our Grantmaking

The Wild Geese Foundation's six funding areas express a commitment to the foundation's founders and board of directors.
We support the LGBTQ community to create a safe space for all from cradle to grave.
We support projects that uplift youth and young people knowing that a society in which youth cannot thrive is unsustainable and unlivable.
Food Justice
We support community-based food justice efforts to create sustainable agriculture and to expand access to affordable and healthy food in the state of Massachusetts.
Reproductive Justice
We support everyone’s right to reproductive justice, freedom and self-determination.
We support organizing by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to liberate BIPOC communities from centuries of white supremacy and violence.
We support climate justice to wean us from extractive methods of energy production and fossil fuels and to build resilient and regenerative economies in healthy communities.

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