Fiscal sponsorship is an arrangement that allows an IRS tax-exempt non-profit organization to offer their legal and tax-exempt status to individuals, groups or organizations —typically called “projects”—that are engaged in activities related to the sponsoring organization's mission.
As a nonprofit seeking to help other nonprofits and mission-driven programs or projects increase capacity and organizational effectiveness, F&L Organizational Support Services (F.L.O.S.S.) offers fiscal sponsorship to mission aligned entities.
This page highlights our fiscally sponsored projects, their missions and program overviews. You may contact any of these projects directly from their contact information listed. If you are interested or have questions regarding fiscal sponsorship, please email us at Info@WeAreFLOSS.org.
You may donate to FLOSS or to any of the fiscally sponsored projects listed by clicking the donate button at the bottom of this page. Please be sure to indicate the project to which you are donating.
To serve the communities and families of Greater New Orleans through empowerment and advocacy.
A nationwide movement to assist young men of color determine, reach and excel beyond their own personal vision of success while becoming stakeholders to their community by providing mentorship, advocacy and resources.
Uplifts community voices, changes narratives, and influences collaborative action through the development and implementation of social justice impact projects. Working with our community partnership, we work together to elevate the experience of the surrounding community, reengage historic spaces and introduce new concepts through inventive targeted strategies.
The Step Up Louisiana Organizing Fund, along with our sister organization Step Up Louisiana, is a community based organization committed to building power to win education and economic justice for all. We work with multiracial and intergenerational Louisianans to “Step Up” and go beyond voting to campaign, organize from a racial justice perspective and hold political and community leaders accountable. We work in our own neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces to disrupt systemic oppression. We build the people-power needed to win in our state.
To make mental and behavioral health services more accessible to black women and girls and to encourage them to lead healthy, purposeful lives through integrating racial and social justice and personal wellness.