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Frontline Resource Institute (FRI)

We support frontline leaders advancing environmental and climate justice.

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2022 Grant Cycle

Meet Our Grantees

Based in nine different U.S. states and territories, our first grantee cohort is working on issues from pesticide reform to food sovereignty. By supporting these frontline environmental and climate justice organizations with funding for strategy development and organizational durability, we seek to bolster their fight for justice - on their own terms.

Our Living Vision

The Frontline Resource Institute (FRI, pronounced “free”) supports frontline communities working to advance environmental justice and climate justice by providing the resources and technical assistance to build a world where all can achieve healthy, safe, and sustainable environments.

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CommunicationsFeatured
January 23, 2024

A Year In Review: FRI’s 2023 Impact Report

Read about FRI's highlights from 2023, hear from our acting executive director, and learn more about our trajectory in 2024!
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November 2, 2023

Communication Plan for Building Community Resilience

The Communication Plan for Community Resilience was adapted from the Communication Plan created for the Jackson, Mississippi community by a team of Columbia University students from the Climate School. The…
FeaturedFundingTechnical Assistance
November 2, 2023

Frontline Momentum: Fall 2023

In this issue of Frontline Momentum, you'll hear about the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice's Communiversity Model, Writing for Green's innovative grant training model and partnership with FRI, and 5…
Our People

The Frontline Resource Institute Conceptual Committee

FRI’s purpose, mission, and values are guided by our Conceptual Committee.

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Stay Connected

FRI is committed to building a collective network of frontline groups through shared learning and movement-wide capacity-building. We invite you to join our community-guided network for access to resources such as external grant opportunities, job postings, and more.