We invite you to support our mission.
We’re committed to Just Transition: we work to advance deep democracy, conflict resilience, and social equity.
Your gift is the solid ground that allows us to support and cultivate Good Work: that is, people and initiatives that are rejecting systems of oppression and extraction, and building regenerative economies and thriving communities. We are so grateful for your support!
- Make a Donation Today: Partner with us by giving today and directly powering our mission.
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Founded in 2015, the Good Work Institute is a 501(c)3 worker self-directed nonprofit.
We aim to act as a catalyst for a sustained Just Transition movement in the Mahicantuck / Hudson Valley of New York and beyond. We rely on donations and grants to power our work. Your donation is tax-deductible as allowed by law.
June 2021: We are so grateful to the donors who rallied around our first-ever $25 campaign! In addition to joyfully receiving your donations, we were able to speak with many of you and are deeply encouraged by not only your generosity but your kind words of support.
April 2020: We launched and ran the 9-day GWI Community Response Fund fundraising sprint, to activate our network and raise emergency funding for six regional groups that were out doing critical work to directly support people adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.