A Responsive Grant is available to offer immediate support to communities in Connecticut responding to current and emerging threats, trauma and harassment against the Asian and Pacific Islander community.+
Justice Literacy Blog
Justice Literacy is the Memorial Fund’s signature program that engages staff and the communities we serve in learning experiences meant to deepen our shared understanding of how to work together to create equity in education and a more just, inclusive society.
Through continued education on intersectional issues related to education, culture, race and class, we become better equipped to take on the difficult and necessary work of transforming our local communities and our state.
The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund invites community members and organizations in Connecticut to apply for small grants through the Director’s Discretionary Fund to support activities and events related to Stand Against Racism, taking place on…+
The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund is pleased to announce a grant totaling $1,000,000 to the Fund for the Movement for Black Lives (M4BL). The grant represents a five-year commitment to supporting the work of M4BL, with $200,000 being disbursed…+
WCGMF seeks a part time Communications Specialist to assist with communications work and advocacy work oriented toward helping to create a more just and equitable society.+
The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund believes unequivocally that Black Lives Matter.+
During this time of deep concern regarding the virus COVID-19, commonly called novel coronavirus, The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund wishes to remind its grantees and the Connecticut community that Responsive Grants and Discretionary Grants are…+
As philanthropy, and the rest of the world, for that matter, adjust to a new virus environment, along with lots of other realities, AAPIP has compiled a short list of recommended articles and resources about COVID-19. You have undoubtedly read quite a few…+
As a philanthropic organization, the Memorial Fund’s most appropriate role is driven first by the dual charges in our mission to achieve equity in education by working with those affected and by inspiring all to end racism and poverty. Secondarily, we…+
The past five years have been a process of inquiry, discovery, reflection, and setting our eyes upon a new prize- achieving equity in education while being explicit about the impact of racism and poverty.+