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Social Justice Mini-Grants for Activism

In honor of Campus Pride’s 20th Anniversary, we are awarding Social Justice Mini-Grants for Activism to fund student-led projects on college and university campuses. The program offers grants of up to $600 to student activists involved in social justice work. To learn more, visit campuspride.org/ActNow.

Campus Pride helps make campuses safer and more inclusive with the help of student activists. If you are a student leader or are interested in leading a social justice project on your campus, we want you to apply now. Go to the Campus Pride website and apply now for the next round of Social Justice Mini-Grants for Activism.

Our mini-grant recipients and social justice projects

Campus Pride announced the first round of mini-grant recipients in August 2021. Our recipients are fighting for social causes like menstrual justice, LGBTQ sex ed and trans-affirming healthcare. Other past grant recipients include a trans-women-led play by April Lichtman (University of Connecticut) and BYU Pride’s drag show by David Shill (Brigham Young University). Watch a video from Lichtman about her experience with her original play. Read more on our blog about Shill’s Madam Pattirini Day drag show.

For a complete list of the grants Campus Pride is funding, go to campuspride.org/SocialJusticeMiniGrantFunding.