This year requires us all to step up in extraordinary ways. The Fund asks you to join us in redirecting your efforts and resources to aid communities in crisis.
Supplying the community with civil legal services support dramatically improves quality of life, circumventing crises before they happen.
National Arts and Humanities Month is here, and artists need our support more than ever.
For a fourth-grader, virtual school isn’t all bad. What she misses most is the chance to be together.
Attending Middle School remotely isn’t all bad and its pluses and minuses may not be what you’d expect. Take it from an eighth grader.
What is it like to start Senior year of high school remotely — and what can we do to give students the education they deserve?
During this pandemic, hope and advocacy for change are more relevant than ever. It’s up to us to work towards the improved future we desire and deserve.
California’s child support system too often diverts money from children, and W&EHF is part of a coalition calling for change.
The Walter & Elise Haas Fund stands with those who fight for justice. We stand with those whose courage and moral leadership insists that we address racial discrimination and anti-Black racism immediately. Last week the Fund’s Board Chair John Goldman and I co-authored a message to the Fund’s grantees. We share it here publicly on