The Sixteen Thirty Fund believes in the power of new ideas, creative partnerships, and emerging leaders to achieve meaningful and lasting solutions to the most pressing challenges of our time. We help changemakers maximize their impact by providing operational support that allows them to focus on advancing their core missions.
– Amy Kurtz, President, Sixteen Thirty Fund
Amy has more than 25 years of electoral and advocacy experience managing campaigns across the country in support of public education, conservation and the environment, and protecting the right to vote.
Raul M. Alvillar, chair of the Sixteen Thirty Fund Board, is a senior executive with two decades of expertise in external affairs, strategic planning, community relations and political affairs.
The Sixteen Thirty Fund is organized as a 501(c)(4) organization under the US tax code, which provides the nonprofit projects we sponsor the flexibility they need to advocate for the change they are trying to make in the world. Donations to the Sixteen Thirty Fund are not tax deductible.
For more information, read our 2021 990 Report or a new op-ed by our President, Amy Kurtz.