Rooted in relationships of mutuality and equity, Liberated Capital moves money through a reparations model that trusts and supports the leadership of those most impacted by historical and systemic racism.
Liberated Capital grantee partners are Indigenous, Black and other people-of-color led initiatives working for transformative social change.
Liberated Capital welcomes membership from individuals at all levels of giving who are committed to collectively healing the wounds of colonialism and white supremacy by using money as medicine to shape an equitable future.
Often, when individuals commit to a process of learning and owning their relationship to money, it is done in spaces with their peers of similar age, socio-economic backgrounds, and race. Liberated Capital bridges individuals with wealth together with communities that have been harmed by how that wealth was accumulated.
There is a growing call to decolonize wealth and to liberate philanthropy. We are on the forefront of the movement and through Liberated Capital are offering opportunities for you to heed the call. While moving money to marginalized communities, Liberated Capital is engaging donors of all races and ethnicities in the transformative work of healing that is required to close the race wealth gap.