~ Bridget Vial, Energy Democracy Organizer

Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition

“Meeting the demands of the climate crisis is going to take a massive investment in electrifying homes that puts communities and people at the center,” 

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Photo Credit: Alexandria (Xandr) Brown

The Equitable Building Electrification Fund ensures that decision-making power is in the hands of frontline communities, who can best design and implement equitable solutions for widespread building and community electrification

$50 Million by 2025 Call to Action to Philanthropy 

The Equitable Building Electrification Fund: A Collaboration for Frontline Communities (EBE Fund), which moves money and power to decarbonize buildings and create healthier communities, in October 2022 announced a $50 Million by 2025 Call to Action to philanthropy to accelerate a just clean energy transition.

 

Led by a diverse Governance Assembly of environmental and climate justice leaders, advocates, and funders, the EBE Fund advances a trust-based model of philanthropy where those who know their communities best can design and implement equitable solutions for widespread electrification.

As featured in the October 17, 2022 issue of Inside Philanthropy 

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