FAQs

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Is SOIL a 501(c)3?

SOIL is not a 501(c)3. It is a fiscally sponsored project.

What kinds of groups does SOIL partner with?

SOIL is open to partnering with any groups and communities that are committed to TJ.

This includes, but is not limited to: organizations, networks, aliances, communities, groups of multiple pods, community groups that are not 501(c)3s, intimate networks, families, etc.

Does SOIL facilitate TJ processes?

SOIL does not currently facilitate TJ processes. Instead, SOIL partners with groups to develop the knowledge and skills to be able to hold their own processes inside of their intimate networks and communities. We may facilitate a TJ process with a group in the context of developing their skills to hold their own processes.

How can I support SOIL's work?

Here are some ways:

  • Becoming a monthly donor or giving a one-time donation.

  • Funding SOIL if you are part of a foundation.

  • Joining our very low-volume email list.

  • Telling others about SOIL.

  • Offering in-kind donations in the form of goods or services.

How can I learn more about SOIL's work?

You can sign up for our very low-volume email list, where we send out periodic emails about our work.

The SOIL tech and access person is wonderful! Can we hire them to run virtual events?

Yes! We love our tech person. They are great at running our trainings and are a queer disabled person of color. They understand and are skilled at access grounded in disability and language justice, especially when it comes to virtual access. If you send us an email we are happy to connect you with them.