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Money for Our Movements!

Regular registration  $360*

Group registration rate $260* (5 or more people registering together)

*Includes breakfast on Friday, Saturday and Sunday; lunch on Friday and Saturday

Webinar: Money for Our Movements 2016 or Bust!

Attending the conference is a significant investment in both your personal development and your development as a social justice fundraiser. If you’d like to attend MFOM 2016 and aren’t quite sure how you’ll get there yet, this webinar is for you! Join us as GIFT board members Sha Grogan-Brown and Jose Dominguez explore why the odds of raising the funds you need are already in your favor, discuss creative and proven fundraising strategies and ideas, and help you begin drafting your own fundraising plan to get to Money for Our Movements 2016. 

Money for Our Movements 2016 or BUST! Webinar from GIFT on Vimeo.

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Financial Resources

The following funders will consider requests for travel and registration support for their grantees to attend this year’s conference. Please reach out to your program officer directly if they fund your work.  

  • Chorus Foundation

  • Denver Foundation – Current grantees may request a Technical Assistance grant to attend the conference and receive follow-up training, technical assistance and coaching from GIFT staff and trainers. Contact David Portillo at 303.996.7338 if you have questions.
  • General Service Foundation

  • Hill-Snowdon Foundation

  • Needmor Fund (please contact Crystal at for more information)
  • New York Foundation
  • Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock (please contact your Veatch Program Officer about mini-grant funding to attend the conference)

    We also encourage you to ask other funders to support your participation. Contact Crystal at if you would like materials to share with your program officer.

GIFT continues to reach out to funders and will update this list regularly. 

Common Counsel’s Grassroots Exchange Fund is a rapid response small grants program designed to support networking and collaboration between grassroots social change and environmental justice organizations throughout the United States. GXF prioritizes grants to small community-based groups seeking to meet face-to-face with other grassroots organizations, to build collaborative campaigns, and to benefit from technical assistance opportunities.

Scholarships–8/8/16 Update: We’re sorry, we have approved all of the available scholarship applications. Thank you for your interest!

We have a limited number of scholarship available to offset registration costs.

  • Scholarships are for individuals who work with organizations with budgets under $500,000, with priority given to individuals who will incur significant travel costs to get to the conference.  
  • One scholarship per organization. 
  • People of color, Spanish-speaking immigrants, queer folks, youth, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.   
  • Scholarships are not available for consultants.

Additional scholarship support provided by Greenpeace USA and