We support whistleblowers and rabble-rousers. We give grants to peacemakers and seed savers. We make awards to artists and activists. We support people and projects working towards solutions and alternatives to systems in transition. We seek out the strange, the bizarre, the unpolished, the less likely to receive funding.
We fund individuals and initiatives that may seem risky or radical to mainstream funding sources. We believe we must be willing to take these risks now, because the social, ecological and economic stakes are high. Our social and political structures, environmental practices, relationships, and worldviews are being challenged to evolve. Kindle Project recognizes an opportunity to contribute to emerging alternatives for personal, collective, and planetary well-being.