A fund for workers to engage in activism and organizing in their jobs and workplaces
Our pilot fund is designed to support workers in the tech industry and its supply chain who are fighting for safer, more equitable jobs in their industry. If you work in tech and are organizing coworkers -- staging walk-outs, speaking to media, circulating petitions, and more -- consider applying below!
Applications are closed.
Due to the overwhelming demand, applications for stipends are now CLOSED.
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Because we're a mutual aid fund, as soon as money comes in, it goes back out in the form of these cash stipends. Help fund more stipends in the near future by making a donation today.
What We’re About
The Solidarity Fund is designed to provide financial assistance and mentorship to workers engaged in workplace organizing and activism, especially those facing retaliation from their employers. In the age of COVID-19, we partnered with workers in the tech industry to launch a pilot fund for people in the tech industry and its supply chains (e.g. gig workers, warehouse workers, and others) who are organizing for safer, more just, and more equitable jobs and workplaces.
Donate to the Fund
We’re able to commit 100% of the funds contributed online to providing financial support to workers in need. Join others in donating $25, $100, or $500 to the pilot fund today.
Stay in the Loop
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