The unbelievable support we’ve received for the production of the films not only enabled Huerto de la Familia to document a small part of our story, but also gave us a chance to reexamine the issues that are the focus of our work. We are grateful for all of our partners in helping us tell the story of our mission and connect people with participants in our programs who are leading a food justice movement.
- The Catholic Campaign for Human Development | www.old.usccb.org/cchd
CCHD is the domestic anti-poverty, social justice program of the U.S. Catholic bishops. Its mission is to address the root causes of poverty in America through promotion and support of community-controlled, self-help organizations and through transformative education. Huerto de la Familia has received support from the national and local chapters of CCHD.
- Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies | cllas.uoregon.edu
The Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies (CLLAS) at the University of Oregon provides an interdisciplinary intellectual space for putting Latino/a and Latin American Studies in conversation with one another. The primary purpose of CLLAS is to facilitate collaborative research, scholarship, intellectual community, and community outreach focused on Latin America and U.S. Latino/a populations.
- Erika Leaf Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
- Harry Chapin Foundation | www.harrychapinfoundation.org
The Chapin Foundation supports organizations that have demonstrated their ability to dramatically improve the lives and livelihood of people by helping them to become self-sufficient.
- The Lane Cultural Coalition | www.laneculture.net
The Coalition envisions a vibrant cultural life for the people of Lane County. The Coalition priorities focus on the areas of access, awareness and education.
- Fulbright Eco Grant | www.iie.org
Grants help enhance the capacity of individuals and organizations to address local and global challenges.
- Wayne Morse Center | waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu
The Center awards project grants each year to support community organizations, university faculty and departments, and student organizations. Awards are given to projects that stimulate and support educational events related to the Center’s current or upcoming theme of inquiry.