Building Community Sufficiency

Sustaining basic human needs in regenerative ways within our communities and regions is a key component of community resilience. Having equitable systems for humans and non-humans to survive and thrive is the center of our relocalization advocacy. We believe that self-sufficiency isn't the right point to aim for, but that community sufficiency describes our interconnectivity as part of social networks.

CROs believes in supporting other groups working toward building their community sufficiency. Please see our seed grant application or contact us at for more information.

Community Sufficiency Grants are accepted on a rolling basis, and decisions are made quarterly.

Learn more about the Community Sufficiency Grant here.