This year Liberty Hill is honored to recognize three amazing individuals with awards at our annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner. Our honorees truly demonstrate the spirit of our gala theme–Our Movement, Our Moment. Their collective contributions have paved the way and extended the path for activists and organizers across many diverse movements over the years. We are honored to celebrate their work and accomplishments.
Save the Date for Liberty Hill’s Upton Sinclair Awards Dinner on April 19 at The Beverly Hilton and stand with grassroots organizers and donor-activists who are leading the movement for social justice. Honorees include Congressman John Lewis and Elizabeth Levitt Hirsch.
Leah Hunt-Hendrix will be honored with the Sarah Pillsbury NextGen Award at the 2017 Change LA: Fast Forward, an event celebrating emerging leaders committed to social justice in progressive Los Angeles.
Kaci Patterson will be honored with the Wally Marks Changemaker Award at the 2017 Change LA: Fast Forward, an event celebrating emerging leaders committed to social justice in progressive Los Angeles.
Liberty Hill Foundation is pleased to present the Creative Vision Award to Ana Ortiz. The Creative Vision Award is given to individuals who combine artistry and activism to make exceptional contributions to the cause of social justice.
Liberty Hill Foundation's annual Upton Sinclair Dinner is just weeks away. Taking place on April 20, the event honors Angelenos whose work in social justice has left such an indelible mark on those it aims to help that it deserves honoring and recognition.
Liberty Hill presents its annual Founders Award to individuals whose philosophy and philanthropy embody the spirit of “Change. Not Charity.”
Liberty Hill Foundation‘s annual Upton Sinclair Dinner is less than a month away. Taking place on April 20, the event honors Angelenos whose work in social justice has left such an indelible mark on those it aims to help that it deserves honoring and recognition.
Liberty Hill presents the Upton Sinclair Award to those who, like the muckraking journalist Sinclair, combine their talents and beliefs to advance social justice.
In February 2010 Liberty Hill hosted a transformative summit that convened African American donor-activists interested in investing in new solutions, strong leaders and effective organizations. Since that time, more than 100 people have been inspired to become an active part of Liberty Hill’s Uplifting Change community. Now, we're ready for year three! The Uplifting Change Summit & Luncheon will be held February 13, 2012 at the Center for Healthy Communities.