Beginning in July 2018, we’ll have a monthly open call for ten months whereby prospective recipients of the award will respond to celebratory questions or themes posed by our 10 Year Anniversary Partners.
10 Year Celebration Flow Funds
Coming up on a decade is a huge deal for any tiny organization. We’re celebrating the Kindle way: collaborative, creative, and experimental.
Slow Fuse Flow Fund
An exciting new Flow Fund program launched in collaboration with our friends The Womadix Fund and inspired by the work of NewMexicoWomen.Org.
SpiderWeave Flow Fund
In 2017 we cast our Flow Funding webs out into the world with our first SpiderWeave Flow Funding cohort. It was so excellent that we decided to run the program again but, naturally, with a twist!
Makers Muse Awards
Kindle Project's Makers Muse Award, our founding program which started in 2009, honors artists working in all mediums and forms: traditional and experimental, classic and contemporary.
Kindle Project Fund
Kindle Project provides funding to catalysts of change—those who are addressing some of our most pressing problems but who would otherwise fall outside-the-box of traditional philanthropy.
Flow Funding is a grantmaking approach which empowers innovators, individuals, activists, visionaries, and organizations outside of typical philanthropic institutions with funds to reallocate to the communities and organizations of their choice.
As an experimental philanthropy lab, we’ve engaged with all kinds of creative programming throughout the years.