Support Resource Organizing Project

We’re a network of grassroots fundraisers fighting for racial, economic, and climate justice.

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We’re a network of grassroots fundraisers fighting for racial, economic, and climate justice.

Become a "Seed Sustainer" and Grow Movements for Justice and Liberation!

We also accept contributions via check (mail to Resist, P.O. Box 301240, Boston, MA, 02130 (put “ROP” in the memo line), and email Liza to give by bank or stock transfer.

We urgently need well-resourced and powerful movements to fight for racial, gender, queer, economic and climate justice. But too often, fundraising for these movements feels isolating, disconnected from community, and non-aligned with our goal of building power in the struggle for justice. Traditional nonprofit funding models can leave grassroots groups exhausted and disempowered, or even threaten their survival.

That’s why Resource Organizing Project shifts fundraising culture and practices to build stronger movements for justice and liberation in New England. Together, we:

  1. Establish pathways for fundraiser leadership and capacity
  2. Build power through collective fundraising
  3. Weave a community of movement fundraisers

Check out our last report and giving guide for more details.

And we invite YOU to join our growing community of donor activists!

Sustainer programs are some of the strongest tools to increase a small organization’s resources, independence and sustainability. “Seed Sustainers,” or community members making a monthly donation of any dollar amount to ROP, are an integral piece of ROP’s community and receive opportunities to deepen their donor activism, including:

  • Access to virtual gatherings and insider updates on ROP's work (including a briefing in March!)
  • Special access to ROP events
  • Resources for developing your donor activism (Check out our Propagation Party toolkit - created for our first in-person Seed Sustainer gathering in November).
  • Emerging opportunities to support movement building in New England
This February, you helped us surpass our goal, bringing 30 new donor activists into our community of Seed Sustainers!

Thanks to our base of Seed Sustainers, in 2024 we’re…
  • Building out a network of donor activists who can mobilize resources across the region to meet the political moment
  • Designing a “Constellation” of training and capacity-building offerings to equip movement groups with new, values-aligned fundraising tools
  • Hiring a new Associate Director for Network and Community, who will build weave relationships among our network of frontline movement groups

Thank you for building the people-powered movement we need.