Funding Map

Since 1981, The Peace Development Fund has provided more than $46 million in program services (including grants and training) to 2,659 social change groups in the United States and internationally. More than 3,500 people have been trained to move forward a movement for peace and social justice. By rolling your cursor over sections of the map below you will see where PDF has provided its grant dollars in the U.S. (Note: grant dollars noted below indicate the location of the grantee office; however the work of those grantees may include local, state, regional, national or international work).

To view our 2022 Funding Map, which features our 2022 Community Organizing Grantees, our De Colores Rapid Response Fund recipients, and our current Fiscally Sponsored organizations, please click here.

Puerto Rico D. C. Rollover or tap a state for more information

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PDF’s current international funding is only through donor and community advised funds.

Argentina: $6,750
Australia: $3,500
Belgium: $1,000
Canada: $344,700
Chile: $2,000
Colombia: $25,506
Costa Rica: $2,000
Democratic Republic of Congo: $42,000
Dominican Republic: $96,100
Ecuador: $4,700
El Salvador: $22,000
Germany: $500
Guatemala: $128,797
Haiti: $201,746
Honduras: $52,300
India: $6,000
Israel: $9,000
Kenya: $5,000
Mexico: $384,510
The Netherlands: $364,028
Nicaragua: $42,360
Pakistan: $14,000
Palestine: $84,000
Philippines: $14,000
Republic of Korea: $50,000
South Africa: $6,000
Thailand: $8,000
Trinidad, West Indies: $8,500
Uganda: $7,000
United Kingdom: $163,206