We're looking for a fall start program support intern! If you're looking for a temporary part-time position and have interests in philanthropy, community organizing, and/or social justice, please consider applying. You don't have to be a student, but if you are, we will partner with you to ensure that you receive educational credits. Please see below for details:
Are you an Portland-based individual who has a passion for organizing with a gender and identity-based analysis? Perhaps you're a seasoned organizer but would like to learn more about organizing around these issues in the region? Or maybe you're curious about SJF's model of philanthropy and want to know more?
Social Justice Fund NW would like to invite YOU - yes, you - to one of our favorite events of the year: our Annual Grantee Summit.
The Grantee Summit brings together grassroots leaders from across the region for discussions on gender justice, criminal justice, rural justice, housing justice, building movements across identities, reporting back on recent grantee campaigns, and more.
The 2016 Momentum Giving Project focusing on Housing Justice raised $127,662 to help fund organizations addressing root causes of displacement, renter exploitation, gentrification, and much more in the region. This amount included a public screening of My Brooklyn in conjunction with Northwest Film Forum, which raised over $11,000 in a single night.