In this post I journey through the connections and partnerships I made this last year and those I look forward to in the new year.
This post offers my latest reflections on the midterms, success stories from my nonprofit colleagues and other news from the fields of philanthropy, social change and environmental protection.
In late October, journalists, social sector leaders and communications pros from around the world gathered in San Diego, California, to share insights and ideas for using the power of [...]
“In winter all the singing is in the tops of the trees,” wrote poet Mary Oliver. Or if you attended San Francisco’s National Philanthropy Day in November, all the singing came from Kat [...]
In the David Brower Center in downtown Berkeley next to the UC Berkeley campus, an international environmental and human rights organization headquartered here recently won the prestigious [...]
Park advocates have now patched together short-term funding and operating solutions to help keep 69 parks open, at least for now.
Proposals for the first round of grants are due April 23. Visit the foundation’s website for more information and to apply online.
In these challenging times, nonprofit organizations that fight poverty and support arts, culture, youth, education, parks and the environment are dealing with unprecedented changes. Warren [...]
Thomas Peters, President of the Marin Community Foundation, offers insights on philanthropy's response to state park closures.