Investing in community leaders at the frontlines of change
Our Annual Report documents important policy changes won on a national, state and local level. A recent study found that for every dollar invested in community organizing, Los Angeles receives $91 in benefits.In our Annual Report, you will see how that return on investment is made. Review our program success, grants and audited financials.
Financial Summary of Fiscal Year 2012 >> Liberty Hill's 2012 Audit >> In 2012, Liberty Hill invested $4.2 million in grants to support economic, environmental and LGBT justice. The intensive on-the-job training at Liberty Hill’s Wally Marks Leadership Institute is being marketed to other foundations and nonprofits to help them replicate our success. Read more about the Wally Marks Leadership Institute>> Significant progress was made by two Liberty Hill-managed policy campaigns: the environmental justice campaign and Brothers, Sons, Selves, Liberty Hill’s effort to improve the lives of low income boys and young men of color. This video showcases our environment efforts in a targeted neighborhood >> This analysis of Brothers, Son Selves launched the campaign >>As a donor-inspired foundation, Liberty Hill takes its strength from the vision and commitment of its individual donor-activists. We have launched an online donor portal for our donor advised and restricted funds. Uplifting Change, our program to strengthen African American philanthropy, now has 300 participants. This Uplifting Change video clip showcases why so many people have been attracted to this groundbreaking program >>Liberty Hill's 2011 990>>Liberty Hill Supporters>>
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