The Voter Registration Project Education Fund is the education wing of the Voter Registration Project, a left-of-center voter mobilization group which targets African-American, Hispanic, low-income, and other individuals considered likely to support left-progressive politics and the Democratic Party.
The Education Fund gives grants to other left-of-center nonprofit voter mobilization and advocacy groups across the country.
The Voter Registration Project Education Fund is led by individuals with histories of working for left-of-center nonprofit advocacy groups. 
Treasurer Evan Bacalao has worked for the Democratic Party and associated nonprofits since 2004. He is a program officer for the Open Society Foundations, the George Soros-backed network of more than 20 nonprofits dedicated to supporting left-of-center causes. For nine years, Bacalao worked for the NALEO Education Fund, a Hispanic-interest advocacy group, in a variety of roles, including as senior director of civic engagement. From 2004-2006, Bacalao worked for the California Democratic Party as a finance deputy. 
Bacalao also sits on the board of Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees and on the advisory board of the Funders Committee for Civic Participation. 
Secretary Ilona Prucha has worked for over ten years at the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund,  a secretive left-of-center grantmaking foundation created by three hedge fund billionaires: Andrew Shechtel, David Gelbaum and C. Frederick Taylor.  Presently, she is a senior program officer of Wellspring’s Civil Society Program. 
Member Dave Montez is the Vice President of Democracy Alliance, a coalition of left-of-center political advocacy groups organized by Democratic political consultant Rob Stein. Montez is also the director of the Latino Engagement Fund and the Latino Action Engagement Fund, two affiliated Hispanic voter mobilization groups which both operate under Democracy Alliance.
Before joining Democracy Alliance, Montez worked for numerous LGBT-interest groups. He worked as the executive director of One Colorado, as the acting president of Gays and Lesbians Against Defamation (GLAAD), as a senior program officer of the Gill Foundation, and he founded the Latino Initiative. 
The Education Fund gives grants to left-of-center organizations seeking to mobilize voters to support Democratic candidates. In 2018:
One Arizona, a voter mobilization group that targets ethnic and racial minorities, received $537,293.  Ohio Organizing Collaborative, an advocacy group supporting increased government welfare provision, received $500,975.  ProGeorgia State Table, a member of the State Voices Network, a left-of-center community activism organization for progressive causes, received $200,414.  Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable, a statewide association of left-of-center nonprofit advocacy groups, received $169,951.  Pennsylvania Voice, a statewide network of 35 voter mobilization organizations, received $50,000.