An interview with Catherine Bracy, co-founder of TechEquity Collaborative, a group organizing the tech community to advocate for a tech-driven economy that works for everyone.
What’s Cooking Bay Area? An interview with the co-founder of Restaurant Opportunities Center United — a W&EHF grantee organization.
A review of what the Fund worked towards in 2018 and why.
San Francisco’s Financial Justice Project — the first of its kind in the country — assesses and reforms how fees and fines unintentionally push people into poverty and make government a driver of inequality.
How are we doing?
As a sector, we need to take the lessons we’re learning here to heart and put people at the center of our work.
I am here — both in the Bay Area and at the Fund — in no small part because of the importance of equity.
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.
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.