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Our Movement, Our Moment - Highlights from the 2019 Upton Sinclair Awards Dinner

For 37 years, Liberty Hill’s Upton Sinclair Awards Dinner has been the premier gathering for those at the epicenter of progress and justice in Los Angeles. Every year, political allies, donor-activists, grassroots leaders and community organizers from across the region come together to celebrate the progress made in fights for social change. This year, we honored three dynamic leaders and organizing icons who have paved the way for progress in our community—former Liberty Hill executive director Torie Osborn, Senator Holly J.

Timely Philanthropic Opportunities - Spring-Summer 2013

By Blanch Ross

Grantee Spotlight
Periodically, Liberty Hill makes recommendations of exceptionally timely philanthropic opportunities for our donor advised account holders. This time we are recommending two of our Fund for Change grant recipients, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment and Restaurant Opportunities Center.

The American Body Count - Getting the 2010 Census Right

Communities that rely most on nonprofits are often those that experience the highest rate of census undercount. Bad data affects funding for the community for a decade - until the next count. The Census is also one of the determining factors for Congressional reapportionment and redistricting. Nonprofits can play an incredibly important role in collecting accurate census data.