NAAFA Fat Community Project Grants
NAAFA's new mini-grant program is designed to encourage fat activists to use their creativity to build and strengthen fat community across the US.
With these thoughts in mind, the NAAFA Board of Directors has decided to create a special grant fund. The goal of the Fat Community Project Fund grant program is to provide seed funds to NAAFA members and other members of fat community who wish to deepen their commitment to advocacy and support for fat people. This could include creating projects that further educate fat people or the general public about fat rights.
Grant amounts ranging from $50 - $500 per project will be issued on a quarterly basis. Only one grant per project will be given, and grants are limited to projects within the U.S. More information--
The NAAFA Board of Directors gives credit to our friends and colleagues at NOLOSE for inspiring this idea with their community grant program. To learn more about NOLOSE, visit their website at www.nolose.org .
Founded in 1969, NAAFA is a non-profit fat rights organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for fat people. NAAFA works to eliminate discrimination based on body size and provide fat people with the tools for self-empowerment through public education, advocacy, and member support.
On the web: https://www.naafa.org