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WE THRIVE AND EXIST BECAUSE OF GENEROUS DONATIONS FROM THE KINDLE PROJECT AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS SUCH AS YOU!

Our Fiscal Sponsors Are Currently Through Santa Fe Dreamers Project

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About The Kindle Project

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Our Mission
Kindle Project is an outside-the-box grantmaking organization supporting wild solutions, by unusual suspects, in the attempt to move mountains.

We believe in a creative cross-pollination of ideas in a plurality of disciplines. Driven by our belief in unconventional alliances, we often experiment and partner with the strange, the bizarre, and the unpolished. We support underdogs and those that go against the grain working towards vibrant solutions and alternatives—recognizing that systems in crisis need brave ideas.

What we do

  • We are an experimental philanthropy lab, innovating new kinds of creative grantmaking.
  • We are a matchmaking bridge between inspired donors and visionary projects.
  • We give grants and awards to leading-edge projects and people.
  • We offer support beyond the money.
  • We are cultural curators, sharing stories from our partners that inspire, provoke and motivate.

Who we are
We believe that impact and cultural shifts come from diversity of perspective and skill. With unique expertise and creative interests, our virtual office is a place of wild and inspired exchanges on a daily basis. To learn about each member of our dynamic team click below.

http://www.kindleproject.org

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About Santa Fe Dreamers Project

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MISSION

Santa Fe Dreamers Project provides free legal services to immigrants to promote economic empowerment, community development, family unity, and liberation from detention. Our work is centered around the belief that supporting immigrants makes our whole community stronger. We are committed to representing every qualified immigrant who walks through our doors, to using service strategies that expand vulnerable peoples’ access to legal counsel, and helping to elevate the voices and narratives of immigrants in our community to support positive reform.

To Learn More About

Santa Fe Dreamers Project visit

http://www.santafedreamersproject.org

 

 

 

 

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