2019’s Isadora Duncan Dance Awards saw four different W&EHF grantees honored. Congratulations all!
Permanence Is an Illusion is a tribute to migrant farmworkers as told by the melted and scorched objects they left behind.
It’s one thing to understand that busing kids to schools around the city might be an incomplete solution to disparity in education. Developing a data-based, sustainable plan to address inadequacies and then building the momentum to enact that plan, however — that’s something at an entirely different scale of impact.
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.
As demonstrated by the projects selected, the Creative Work Fund’s focus on collaboration continues to invite artists to be adventurous and to challenge their ideas and their craft.
Every day, we serve three meals. Every day, we rely on 85 volunteers. Every day, we’re projecting our vision of how the world should be. Every day, you can be part of that vision.
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.
Where is the large-scale, faith-based, Bay Area Jewish service organization that brings food, healthcare, shelter, social work, and spiritual care to our most vulnerable neighbors?