can you get a fiscal sponsorship for your activism?
If there is one thing that we'd like to spotlight these days, it's change makers and organizations that are doing really great and innovative work across the country. Enter: Ecologistics, a nonprofit organization based in the Central Coast of California whose mission is to "To create a resilient and healthy community for the residents of the California Central Coast that is environmentally and economically sustainable." If that sounds boring or generic to you, it's not.
First of all, we think everyone could use an introduction (or refresher course) on their value of deep ecology, which is squarely pitted against "shallow ecology" or environmentalism that is based solely on anthropocentric human survivalism.
Secondly, we'd love to see more "activist incubation" programs pop up around the country. Ecologistics has fiscal scholarships available for activists and visionaries who would like to implement progressive projects without filing for their own 501(c)(3)s. The company is able to act as an umbrella agency so that small projects can receive grants that are required to go to tax-exempt entities-- acting as an intermediary that can support small groups and independent ideas.