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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

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