The Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People and Families Movement (FICPFM) is a national advocacy network of civil and human rights organizations led by people with conviction histories and their family members. FICPFM advocacy areas include pre-trial justice, prosecutorial accountability, felony re-enfranchisement, and post-conviction housing discrimination. FICPFM is fiscally sponsored by Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE), a 501(c)(3) project incubator that operates at the intersections of social and environmental justice by providing administrative support and financial oversight to innovative, culturally informed changemakers and organizations seeking to grow their reach.

This grant provides flexible support FICPFM. Year-round, FICPFM network partners expand voter rights awareness through large-scale stakeholder education and engagement campaigns. Every two years, FICPFM and its system-impacted leaders plan and host a national convening that builds community within the reform space while utilizing the latest technology to engage constituents with panel discussions, community outreach opportunities, and grassroots advocacy workshops. FICPFM also administers the Quest for Democracy fund (Q4D), which is a program that empowers dozens of smaller organizations with funding and support that includes expert-led capacity building, technical assistance, and cooperative information exchanges amongst the Q4D grantee community.