The Board of Trustees is delighted to announce that effective February 1, Jamie Allison will succeed Pam David as Executive Director of the Walter & Elise Haas Fund.
Ed Lee was a true believer in public service, in solving problems. Nobody knew more about the inner workings of this city and no one cared more about the health of the city than Ed.
Adding our name to this statement is only one reflection of our long-standing support for those on the margins and of our efforts to provide opportunity and access to all.
An extremist rally is scheduled to take place on Crissy Field this Saturday, August 26. In response, a new fund, No Hate SF, aims to counter extremist rhetoric with raised voices and raised funds.
The Fund is proud to support organizations that uphold the values of acceptance and inclusion and to help galvanize resistance to hate and bigotry. These voices are needed now more than ever.
Explaining what the women’s wealth gap is, what it means, and what we can do about it just got a lot easier.
The Creative Work Fund is awarding 15 new grants, totaling $600,000, to collaborative projects featuring literary or traditional artists.
It is with great sorrow that the Walter & Elise Haas Fund mourns the loss of its board president, William S. ‘Bill’ Goldman. Bill, the great-grandson of Walter and Elise Haas, died in a plane crash on Thursday, July 13th. Out of deep respect for him and all the members of the Goldman and Haas
On this sunny day, with the sparkling San Francisco Bay serving as a backdrop, the last group of families moved from some of the City’s worst public housing into brand new units at Hunters View.