A year and a half ago, our Chief Development Officer Darrell Tucci, shared his own story about surmounting the challenges of being an LGBT teen. We re-post this now as we release a new infographic that dramatically illustrates the difficulties LGBT youth face and the supports that can make all the difference.
Liberty Hill Foundation staff members will be in Washington, DC April 2 to take part in the National Philanthropic Briefing of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Training at leadership development programs like Liberty Hill’s Wally Marks Leadership Institute is not a luxury―it's a necessity.
Liberty Hill Foundation grantee groups will be among the grassroots community organizations whose members testify at a hearing before the California Assembly’s Select Committee on the Status of Boys and Men of Color.
Who’s changing L.A. in 2012? Drawing on Liberty Hill's 35 years of experience investing in leaders at the frontlines of change, each year we identify five exceptional local leaders fighting for social justice from the grassroots up.
These are L.A.’s unsung heroes, the men and women doing the brave, unheralded, often thankless day-to-day work of making change, not charity. Liberty Hill’s 2012 Leaders are community organizers, donor-activists, student leaders and mentors for the nation’s next generation of changemakers. Meet them!
Reflections from Ari Gutierrez and Eddie Martinez of Latino Equality Alliance, 2011 Liberty Hill "Leaders to Watch."
Here are reflections from Liberty Hill's 2011 “Leaders to Watch.”
Liberty Hill received the following thank-you note in from Milton Davis, of the Jordan/Rustin Coalition just after Milton had traveled with other members of the Liberty Hill community to the White House.
The Leadership Institute was formally evaluated for the 2009-2010 period by Harder+Company in a just-published report commissioned by our foundation funders The California Wellness Foundation and The Weingart Foundation.
I'm pleased to report on the recently-concluded second year of the Wally Marks Leadership Institute for Change, Liberty Hill’s signature capacity-building program for grantee organizations that complements our grantmaking.