Community Care Awards

The Community Care Awards fund honors BIPOC who’ve long been engaging in grassroots care work.

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Recognizing BIPOC labor

Multiply marginalized BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) have an extensive history of providing communal care and moving everyone towards collective liberation. Unfortunately, this labor often goes unrecognized.

Affect created the Community Care Awards as a small way of giving thanks to community organizers and carers. To date, we’ve awarded $3000 total to local BIPOC in Oregon and Washington.

Winter 2021 Awards Wrap-up

When we asked for nominations last month, your response helped us give $500 awards to 6 Black and Indigenous community organizers and carers. Our first-ever Community Care awardees include LaQuida Landford, Leila Haile, Natasha Marin, and Simona Bearcub.

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Support the fund

We’d love to be able to give Community Care awards again in 2024. Your donations could make that possible!

Donations are tax-deductible and processed through our fiscal sponsor, the SPM Disability Justice Fund, a 501(c)(3) public foundation.