List of grantees

Media Democracy Fund supports media and technology policy organizations working to advance the public interest and human rights in the digital age.
 

We employ a range of strategies to achieve these goals, including organizing, public education, research, litigation, leadership development, and legislative and regulatory reform. Engaging new and underrepresented constituencies in policy debates and coordinating the strategies of existing groups and efforts are given particular emphasis.
 

Because MDF carefully researches our issue areas and fields, we do not accept unsolicited proposals or phone inquiries.

 

Below are organizations that have received grants from MDF from 2017-2019.
 

ACLU of Massachusetts
Allied Media Projects
Arab American Institute Foundation
Articulo 12, A.C.
Artigo 19
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
BEUC
Brennan Center for Justice
Center for Democracy and Technology
Center for Media Justice
Color of Change Education Fund
Coworker.org
Dejusticia
Demand Progress
Digital Action
Enoch Pratt Public Library
Equality Labs
Fight for the Future Education Fund
Free Press
Free Press Action Fund
Global Voices
Institute for Local Self-Reliance
InternetLab
IREX
Libraries Without Borders
Media Mobilizing Project
MIC Center
MPower Change
NALEO Educational Fund
National Congress of American Indians
National Consumer Law Center
National Digital Inclusion Alliance
National Hispanic Media Coalition
National LGBTQ Task Force
Open Technology Institute
New York Civil Liberties Union
NYC Commission on Human Rights
OONI
Open Markets Institute
Open MIC 
Political Research Associates
Public Knowledge
Research ICT Africa
Stanford University Center for Internet and Society
Tor Project
United Church of Christ OC Inc.
United We Dream
University of Florida