Bold has been nominated as one of three nonprofits to receive a grant from our friends at CREDO Mobile this month.

CREDO Donations is giving away more than $150,000, but the amount that Bold receives depends on YOU. They divide up the money depending on the number of votes that Bold receives from our supporters like you.

Click here to Vote for Bold!

We’re at a critical moment in the ten-year fight to stop the Keystone XL pipeline, in need of crucial funding for landowners fighting eminent domain lawsuits filed by TransCanada last month to take their farmland for the risky KXL project.

While we continue to fight KXL in the courts, Bold is also:

  • Working with Tribal Nations to fund and conduct cultural resource surveys of significant sacred sites along the proposed pipeline route.
  • Pressuring all the 2020 Democratic candidates to take the “NoKXL Pledge,” and revoke Trump’s illegal KXL permit on Day One in office if they’re elected.
  • Organizing trainings for landowners and Tribes should we face the prospect of TransCanada attempting to start construction next spring.

We need your vote this month to get critical funding from CREDO: Vote for Bold!

The 5th annual planting of Sacred Ponca Corn on land inside the Keystone XL pipeline route that also lies on the Ponca Trail of Tears — on land deeded back to the Ponca Nation, by Nebraska farmers Art & Helen Tanderup. (Photo: Alex Matzke)