In case you missed it, check out these stories from our nonprofit colleagues. Many thanks to our volunteer Members and Corporate Partners for all your work to support these great organizations--especially our current and alumni Grant Partners!
Urban Ed Academy kicked off Black History Month with a KTVU-FOX2 story highlighting the need to increase Black male teacher representation as trusted authority figures in San Francisco schools.
RE-volv shared “Teaching Young Learners about Food Waste and Composting” in a recent blog on why it is important to educate elementary school students to learn about climate change from an early age.
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights announced Marlene Sanchez is the new executive director. She is the first woman of color named to lead the nonprofit that organizes people-powered campaigns to reinvest resources into communities most harmed by policing.
Ed100, which marks it’s 12th anniversary this year, shared insights on “The Lottery and California education” noting the lottery provides only 25% of its revenue to education while 65% goes to prizes.