Securing Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBT People Coast-to-Coast
The need for a federal response to anti-LGBT discrimination
Senior program director Matt Foreman reflects on the road ahead for LGBT equality.
How organizations can adapt their communications and fundraising to the moment.
Real-life examples of how social justice organizations are adapting to prepare for and leverage viral moments to build support and raise money in the digital age by integrating advocacy, communications, and fundraising.
Haas, Jr. Fund joins other California funders to launch five-year, $100 million initiative to invest in Black power-building and organizing.
Co-created with Black leaders, first-of-its-kind effort seeks to ensure that grassroots, Black-led groups have the resources they need to eradicate systemic and institutional racism.
We invest in risk-takers and visionaries who are dedicated to making a positive difference in people’s lives. Our nonprofit and movement partners are the backbone of our work and an ongoing source of inspiration.
Big, complex issues require an enduring commitment. We support organizations that are developing diverse young leaders, tackling racial inequality, and mobilizing communities to take a stand and work for change.
Our grants reflect an understanding that lasting social change is fueled by respect, inclusion, collaboration, and courage. We work with our nonprofit partners to test new and promising strategies, shape solutions, and build strong organizations with the leadership and the resources to help communities thrive.
As grantmakers, we have enormous respect for people and organizations working bravely for social change. We want to do everything we can to help make their work easier and bolder.Robert Joseph, Vice President of Programs