They weren’t asking for much, just a teddy bear to hug, or a playground, or a smile.
The success of getting this legislation enacted is a great example of the role local philanthropy can play as an intermediary, not just a funder, in addressing thorny and important community issues.
From Berkeley’s Young Musicians Choral Orchestra to the stage of SF Jazz: let’s celebrate Elena Pinderhughes
Arts — like faith — can lift the human spirit, buoy us during difficult times, and open up new worlds. A vibrant arts ecosystem is vital to the health of the Jewish community; this is why the Walter & Elise Haas Fund continues to support arts and culture through its Jewish Life program.
The Arts Loan Fund is here to support local arts organizations. If it can help, we encourage you to apply.
Wages may be critical to women’s daily survival, but it’s the compounding gap in accrued wealth that hobbles women’s long-term financial well-being.