Last month, I headed to San Francisco as a member of one of Los Angeles’ three giving circles, The Circle of Change, and joined members of 15 other giving circles from across the country at AAPIP’s National Convening.
Important notice: All groups that submitted Letters of Intent for Queer Youth Fund applications please contact the Liberty Hill offices immediately to confirm we have received your submittal.
Liberty Hill Foundation is pleased to announce $500,000 in grants to LGBTQ youth-led organizations through the Queer Youth Fund.
In 2011-12, Liberty Hill's Fund for Change is investing $859,000 in grassroots leaders who are organizing communities to build power and win institutional/systemic change to advance economic, racial, and LGBTQ justice.
This year, a highlight of Liberty Hill's Community Funding Board meeting was the board's discussion of racial justice.
This is what we know: The challenges facing Black Angelenos are deep and complex. This is what we don’t know: Why there are not more African American organizers in the field to address these challenges?
At tonight's gala Upton Sinclair Dinner for Liberty Hill, the crowd roared its approval when Margarita Ramirez received the Wally Marks Changemaker Award.
Kafi D. Blumenfield, Liberty Hill's President and CEO, welcomed the donor-activists, community organizers, allies, friends and supporters who gathered tonight to honor Tim Gill, Gary Stewart and Margarita Ramirez at the Upton Sinclair Dinner.