As foundations and donors grapple with everything going on in our world right now—a global pandemic, human rights protests in response to systemic racism, police brutality of Black citizens, climate change, fires and other natural disasters, as well as unequal access to education, housing, and living-wage employment—there is a rising call for foundations and donor advised funds (DAFs) to increase payout (either temporarily or permanently) to meet growing needs.
The global pandemic has arguably disrupted every sector and expectation in 2020. Here in California, elected officials have had to adapt in major ways
The work to create a truly diverse, inclusive, and equitable society is both urgent and long-term.
Wildfires sparked during the dry lightning storm on August 15 have hit the San Francisco Bay Area community hard and unseasonably early this year.
PFS stands in support of this joint statement issued by the Association of Black Foundation Executives, or ABFE, a calling for greater commitment and cross-sector collaboration to combat the dual threats of coronavirus and racism.